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New music video by OK Go 'The Writing's On the Wall'

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Here they go again. OK Go are back with a new song and unique video to boot, this time the band's creative juices flow right into optical illusions that are all done right before your eyes. Don't let the cool visuals take away from the fact that "The Writing's On the Wall" is a really good song that weaves a mix of emotions about a breakup in a totally 80s new wave sound.

Ok Go are no strangers to experimenting with music videos making them full-on events. Since the group's iconic treadmill video for "Here It Goes Again," third single off the album, "Oh No," the band has been synonymous with intricately choreographed sequences. The group possesses the ability to create a power pop song as well as a trick of the eye. "The Writing's On the Wall" took nearly three weeks to assemble and 50 takes to complete. Watch the trippy music video above.

Ok Go's forthcoming album, "Hungry Ghosts," drops on Oct 4, 2014.


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