American rock band OK Go has been entertaining fans with their original music videos since 2006. The inaugural creation for their song "Here It Goes Again" filmed with the group’s four members performing atop fast-moving treadmills became one of the year’s biggest hits and even won a Grammy. The video for “This Too Shall Pass” released in 2010, featured a Rube Goldberg machine. Now, the group has done it again with a video so complex, that it can only be fully appreciated in slow motion!
According to the music maestros, the mesmerizing video for “The One Moment” that features hundreds of small events — including exploding paint buckets and bursting water balloons — all taking place simultaneously, was shot in a mere 4.2 seconds. The film was then slowed down to cover the 4-minute song. The result is a vibrant video that has garnered over 4 million views since its YouTube release on November 24!