OK Go turns Up­side Down

Winnipeg Free Press - - UPTOWN -

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.


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