Pop group Okay Go spends 4.2 seconds blowing up a bunch of shit and then spends the next four minutes showing that same four and a half seconds to you in beautiful slow motion. They used digital triggers to set off several hundred events in rapid succession.
There are watermelons, and a lot of brightly colored paint and some water balloons, and they destroy several hundred guitars that were slated for destruction anyway for having manufacturing defects. Maybe you think the whole thing is pretty deep, or maybe it just looks cool, but it’s definitely a great way to get high people to sit through their new song, The One Moment.
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