Ok Go Post New Video
2011-07-28 by Davey Boy STAFF | 18 Comments
The masters of the choreographed music video Ok Go have released a video for the song 'All Is Not Lost'.

The track is the fifth single to be taken from the quartet's 2010 album 'Of the Blue Colour of the Sky'.

A link for an interactive version of the video is also provided at the beginning.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur-y7oOto14
Tagged: OK Go

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Thane
July 28th 2011
2179 Comments


another good video by these guys. shame the music is so mediocre.

sublimefan1991
July 28th 2011
766 Comments


video is b.a.d.a.s.s. despite its impending massive view count, though, i'm sure no one will buy the album.

rjmunthe
July 28th 2011
395 Comments


the only reason this band exists is for cool youtube vids, honestly they suck saw them live open for snow patrol five years back...absolute awful trash

FelixCulpa
July 28th 2011
1240 Comments


The interactive video of this was pretty damn awesome.

HallucinogeNick
July 28th 2011
755 Comments


you could argue they're mediocre now, but their self-titled debut was really good.

ant4tbc
July 28th 2011
373 Comments


this was seriously awesome

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
July 28th 2011
6504 Comments


Cool vid.

saw them live open for snow patrol five years back...absolute awful trash

I thought it was pretty decent, not super but alright

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Phideaux
July 28th 2011
1655 Comments


Their videos are the only thing these guys have going for them. Music is pretty bland. Will watch, though.

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Dismantle
July 28th 2011
398 Comments


wow awesome video song was good

Dismantle
July 28th 2011
398 Comments


the interactive thing is even better oh my god

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
July 28th 2011
20857 Comments


Since I couldn't access it, can someone briefly explain what happens on the interactive video...

DoubtGin
July 28th 2011
6752 Comments


So you get to type a message that will be displayed during the video (the "Spread Love" part is replaced with the message). Plus, Google Chrome adds some special effects (really cool).

The interactive thing is amazing.

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
July 28th 2011
20857 Comments


Ahhh, thanks. So basically, people will propose marriage via an OK Go video.

Pharoh
July 29th 2011
3326 Comments


Why can't you access it? No computer?

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
July 29th 2011
20857 Comments


Can't be screwed changing to Chrome, which is required.

Omnisonic
July 29th 2011
119 Comments


These guys are really just videographers who own instruments. Music is so bland.

tapitforever
July 29th 2011
1243 Comments


yeah if they put half as much effort into making music as they do into fucking around on treadmills, they'd maybe be decent

Satellite
July 30th 2011
20826 Comments


another sweet vid by these guys. who gives a shit if the music's mediocre you fucking retards?



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