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OK Go's Illusionary New Music Video Takes You Through A Contemporary And Colorful Warehouse

Ok Go releases new music video, "The Writing's on the Wall."

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    The band OK Go released the music video for the song "The Writing's on the Wall" off their new EP, "Upside Out," which will be released for download TODAY! The only downside is that fans will have to wait until October to hear the band's full album, "Hungry Ghosts."

    OK Go is known for their quirky, fun music videos like "Here It Goes Again." You might remember the video with the band dancing on the treadmills? Yes, that was them. In fact, the video won a Grammy in 2007 for best music video.

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    Unlike "Here It Goes Again," the new video has a different vibe. Band members go through a Brooklyn warehouse, filled with optical illusions by mirrors, paintings, mismatched wardrobes and camera tricks.

    By the end of the video, viewers feel like they just finished walking through a funhouse at the carnival.

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    OK Go's Damian Kulash posted this picture to his Instagram a few weeks ago, showing his fans the warehouse where the group filmed the music video. Followers of Kulash showed their excitement for the new video in the comments.

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