The music video wizards in OK Go are back. On Wednesday, the power-pop outfit premiered a video for a song called “The One Moment” (off their 2014 album Hungry Ghosts) and consistent with their never-ending legacy of absolutely jaw-dropping visual effects this one’s on another level.
Everything you see in the clip below was filmed in just 4.2 seconds. FOUR SECONDS. It’s the shortest amount of footage filmed for a music video ever, according to Rolling Stone, and a lot happens in that time. Things explode, paint is thrown around, band members fly through the air and it’s all just relentlessly captivating:
The band also put together a behind-the-scenes look at just how this was carried out:
As always, just amazing effort all-around from these guys.