OK Go Needing/Getting Super Bowl Music Video Goes Viral

Posted: Feb 6 2012, 1:42pm CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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OK Go Needing/Getting Super Bowl Music Video goes Viral

Chevy partnered with OK Go to make the first ever Super Bowl music video. The car plays the music while driving on a race track. Ok Go Needing/Getting is topping the viral video charts right now.

“Needing Getting” is a of a first-of-its-kind music video from the band OK Go that debuted during the Super Bowl 2012 pre-game program. The band members are shown driving the new Chevy Sonic on a musical racecourse to produce the sounds that make up their new song.

Chevy has teased the OK Go Needing/Getting as part of their pre and post game Chevy Super Bowl ad assault. Now the full video is released online and has already over 2.2 million views. The Viral Video Chart is listing the new OK Go song on first place.

Watch the OK Go Needing/Getting music video below now.

In the music video, the four members of OK Go are shown in a specially equipped Sonic, driving through a race course lined with musical instruments and other homemade sound-generating objects. The car is used to play the instruments along the route with devices attached to the body panels, as well as to the wheels and tires. The sounds generated along the course make up the music in the song.

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