Overly Complex OK Go Music Videos Get Parodied

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You might know the rock band OK Go for its music, but you probably know them better for their elaborate viral music videos: “Here It Goes Again,” the YouTube sensation of coordinated treadmill dancing, is currently the 57th most popular video on the site; “This Too Shall Pass” utilizes an gigantic Rube Goldberg contraption built over four months by Syyn Labs across two floors; the most recent “End Love” is again another feat of coordinated–this time in stop-motion!–dancing.

Now, Babelgum has released a parody video titled “OK Go’s New Viral Video: Giant Pie,” which suggests that perhaps the band should stop producing increasingly complicated videos, and simply return to their roots: you know, music. Watch the amusing music video / mock-behind-the-scenes after the jump.

(via Mashable.)


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