New OkGo video – White Knuckles
aaamusic | On 20, Sep 2010
OK Go, the most downloaded band ever, are set to return with a brand new video to their forthcoming single White Knuckles which is released on 11th October and is closely followed by the deluxe release of the album Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky “(Extra Nice Edition)” on 18th October on the band’s own label Paracadute.
In a seemingly epic battle with themselves to create even more amazing and imaginative videos OKGO return with another mind-boggling video for new single ‘White Knuckles’.
Check the video out here:
The deluxe edition of Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky includes the song ‘Shooting The Moon’ which was featured on the Twilight movie soundtrack ‘New Moon.’ The special bonus disc features an interview with Ira Glass (the noted and admired US broadcaster), nine never before heard demo’s, their very popular cover of Pixies ‘Gigantic’ and two new tracks – Passion Pit’s remix of previous single This Too Shall Pass, which jumped into the Top 20 of the remix chart earlier this year after NME leaked it, and Louisiana Land. The latter song was inspired by the time the band spent in New Orleans, recording You’re Not Alone with Bonerama, an EP that raised more than half of the money needed to build soul legend Al “Carnival Time” Johnson’s new home in New Orleans after the levy failures that followed Hurricane Katrina.
The bonus disc also features the audio version of the hugely successful original video for This Too Shall Pass, a live recording of the same song that featured 130 members of the Notre Dame marching band. That clip marked the first time that a song’s video and recording session were one and the same, and in only a couple of weeks its online views soared past two million.
With 180 million video streams and counting, OK Go are Damian Kulash, Tim Nordwind, Dan Konopka and Andy Ross.
‘the most incredible promo clip we have ever seen’ – Daily Record
‘Yet another extraordinary video by the LA pop rockers’ – Evening Standard
Best Video Of The Week – Guardian Guide
‘Now that’s what I call a great video… Probably the most elaborate chain reaction ever put on film’ – Metro
‘Four years on from rock band OK Go’s internet video sensation for their single Here It Goes Again, they appear to have done it again’ – The Times