It seems like just yesterday when we all first feasted our eyes upon the spectacle of 4 men dancing across treadmills as part of a music video for a song they had written and recorded. It seems like just a day before that when I first heard OK Go shouting, "Hey! Get-get-get-get get over it!" I still like that song, and still find myself saying it, in my mind only, when I hear stories of grudges over silly things. To say the group has had some interesting music videos over the years would be an understatement. It would be easy to pass them off as just another group looking for a spectacle to keep them relevant (I hate that word, by the way), but for OK Go I don't really think that's the case. I think they're as much committed to their musical art as they are to also crafting visual art as well. And I'm cool with that. Truth is, I actually like the song. The video is an interesting mix of visuals incorporating the works of Felice Varini and Dan Tobin-Smith. The former being the artist responsible for the awesomeness that was the cover of Jay-Z's The Blueprint 3 album. Apparently the video took 3 weeks to prep and some 50 takes to get right. I wish there had been a better way to stabilize the camera, some of the visuals are a bit shaky because it is handheld, but when you see how the camera is mounted, even the uninitiated will understand how hard a steady shot would have been. Regardless, it's a cool video with some interesting visuals.