OK Go’s Latest Music Video Shows Zero–G in an S7 Aircraft
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Chicago-based band OK Go is known for their unique music videos that usually go viral, and their latest one for the song “Upside Down & Inside Out” is no different. This time, it’s filmed in the cabin of an aircraft … in zero gravity.
The band teamed up with Russian carrier S7 Airlines to film the music video inside a plane normally used for cosmonaut training. According to the video’s description, the video was filmed while the plane was in flight and used no green screens or wires. When you actually watch the it, you can see how brilliant of a concept this really is and how it completely transforms the cabin of the aircraft into a gravity-free zone with props, choreography and mock flight attendants.
You can watch the full video below. (Note: You may need to be logged in to Facebook to watch the video.)
S7 Airlines is a Russian-based carrier that’s part of the Oneworld Alliance along with American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Qantas, among others.
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