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Watch OK Go’s Utterly Spellbinding New Music Video

Lots of color, lots of paint, all very trippy.

OK Go might be better known for their music videos than for their music, though this is more a nod to the videos than it is a diss to the tunes. They are, after all, the first group to shoot a video in zero gravity.

In their latest, “The One Moment,” which was posted to the group’s Facebook page on Nov. 23, they’re firmly grounded — but the video is still a spectacle. They’ve set up what might be described as a surreal Rube Goldberg machine involving a lot of colored paint, but ultimately, words can’t do it justice. Watch it above.

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