Video was filmed aboard a plane that flew in parabolic arcs to produce brief periods of weightlessness.
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Zero gravity, now for your viewing pleasure

OK Go Releases First Zero-G Music Video By Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer | February 12, 2016 OK Go has raised the music-video bar yet again. On Thursday (Feb. 11), the band — whose members famously danced on treadmills in the video for their 2005 song “Here It Goes Again” — released the music industry’s first-ever zero-g video. OK Go filmed the new video for “Upside Down & Inside Out,” a song off its 2014 album “Hungry Ghosts,” during the course of 21 flights aboard a II-76 MDK plane operated by Russia’s S7 Airlines. The band experienced 15 brief periods…