AceShowbiz - OK Go has been known for pushing the boundaries and experimenting with their music videos, and the band's latest clip "The One Moment" is no different. The video actually took only 4.2 seconds to film, but it was slowed down and stretched out into more than 4 minutes.
There were actually 325 rapid-fire explosions happening in those seconds. Bright red, yellow and blue colors were splashed on the screen and debris was flying everywhere in the white room as guitars, balloons, and a giant glass tank were blown up in the blink of an eye.
"I've always had a fascination with slow-mo footage - it almost feels like cheating because everything in slow-mo is beautiful," frontman Damian Kulash told Rolling Stone. "When we were trying to come up with the idea of a video for 'The One Moment,' [we wanted to] keep the sense of emotion and earnestness."