OK Go Continue Their Trippy Music-Video Lineage With the Slow-Motion ‘The One Moment’

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Even if you don't actually listen to American power-pop rockers OK Go, there's a fairly high chance you've marveled at one of their elaborately creative music videos in the past. (Iconic treadmills aside, their recent anti-gravity video is really something.) The newest track to get the video treatment is "The One Moment" from 2014's Hungry Ghosts, where we find 4.2 seconds of dreamy footage put under intense slow-motion ... and lots and lots of exploding paint balloons. No wonder they're being honored at the Smithsonian.