November 28, 2016

The talented videos from OK GO never cease to entertain. This one features less than five seconds of exploding paint canisters and water balloons, which is then slowed down to run through their latest song "The One Moment."

The video ends with an appeal for Chicago-based (like OK Go) Morton Salt's charity initiative, "Walk Her Walk." While the campaign purports to be about the "walk" of the Morton Salt girl, it's hard to see this as NOT a political statement. Their website says:

[W]e want to embody her unstoppable spirit to make a real, positive influence on the world. To step out, and step up. To give everyone the opportunity to become a force for good. Because if we want to make a real difference, it’s not enough to walk the walk, we want to walk HER walk—forward, fearless, and for the greater good.

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