OK GO! want to set their next video in London

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OK GO! want to set their next video in London

US band OK GO are renowned for creating some of the most innovative music videos, and now they're desperate to feature London in the next one.

The guys recently played to a sold out crowd at KoKo in Camden. They've got a new album out and their new single, The Writing's On the Wall, comes out in a few weeks.

OK GO's Damian Kulash and Tim Nordwind came in to talk to Entertainment Producer Simon Thompson about why they're so keen to make the capital their play thing.

A few facts about OK GO! videos

The Writings on the Wall

The band's newest video was shot in a warehouse in Brooklyn.

It received one million views within the first 24 hours of being released.

This Too Shall Pass

It was one of the most difficult videos the band put together taking a team of around 60 people to build the Rube Goldberg Machine in the video. 

The whole four minutes was filmed in a single, unbroken camera shot. Resetting the machine took at least one hour and the full video was finally complete after 60 takes over two days.

Here It Goes Again

This is easily the most famous of the band's videos and was one of the first real viral pieces of content to hit the internet. 

It was conceived and directed by from man Damian Kulash's sister being shot in one continuous take. It took the band 17 tried to get it right but earnt them a Grammy along the way.

A Million Ways

A low budget option, this featured the band in their backyard performing a routine once again choreographed by Kulash's sister. 

By August 2006 the video had become the most downloaded music video ever with more than nine million downloads. 

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