OK Go turns Upside Down
The release of a new OK Go video is always cause for celebration and the L.A.-by-way-of-Chicago band’s latest is no exception. The two-minute clip for Upside Down & Inside Out is pieced together from eight 27-second periods of zero gravity, achieved in a Russian S7 Airlines plane that flies parabolic manoeuvres to achieve weightlessness. The band trained for three weeks at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center for ROSCOSMOS (the Russian equivalent of NASA) to achieve the goofy but graceful choreography, complete with floating disco balls and aerial-acrobat flight attendants. See it at http://wfp.to/upside.