The latest music video from the band OK Go features the group’s usual high level of cinematic choreography, but with a special focus. The video for ‘White Knuckles’ features dogs rescued from animal shelters that are specially trained as animal actors. Proceeds from the sale of a downloadable copy of the video will go to the ASPCA to help their battles against puppy mills and animal cruelty.
The video is new and only available on the offical OK Go YouTube channel, so you’ll have to follow this link to view it. In case you’re not familiar with OK Go’s videos, here are a couple of their older ones, featuring synchronized treadmilling and a Rube Goldberg machine. These videos are impressive enough, until you realize they’re a single shot from start to finish, and then it gets downright amazing.