WATCH: It Only Took 58 Instances of Puking to Film OK Go’s Zero-Gravity Music Video
OK Go, the band whose music videos resemble human games of Mouse Trap, kicked it up a notch with their latest production for “Upside Down & Inside Out”. These gentlemen shot their music video inside of an S7 Airlines zero-gravity airplane with piñatas and suitcases full of balls to create this kind of madness:
In an in-depth interview revealing the production’s mechanics, the band confesses that there were only minor casualties in the making of their “dream music video”.
“Given roughly 25-30 people on the plane and over the course of the 20 flights we did, we think there were 58 times that people puked.”
Watch the video at the top of the page, and read about the genius planning behind it all over on the Red Bull website.