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OK Go lead singer Damian Kulash belts lyrics from the band's song "All Is Not Lost" on the flat bed of a moving truck.
June 3, 2013 NPR staff put together an array of fun projects around our move to the new HQ - both in tribute to the old building and to good, old-fashioned fun too. One of these projects involved a bit more star power and production than the rest - an epic, documentary-style Tiny Desk Concert with OK Go.
December 20, 2010 What do a song about an attempted assault, an annoying orange, Twilight, Justin Bieber and OK Go have in common? They all make it into YouTube's list of the most watched videos of 2010. See what else made the cut.
Ok Go performing "What to Do" -- through the use of only bells -- off their self-titled debut album.
Ciro Boro - photo/flickr
December 16, 2010 If there's one band that music fans may recognize more for their videos than music. it's Ok Go. They've danced, marched, and jumped creative ways -- and now have the viral video formula down pretty well. But is it worth the effort in the long run?
April 13, 2010 Damian Kulash is the lead singer of OK Go, the band that made that treadmill video somebody forwarded you a few years back. On today's Planet Money, Kulash talks about the sinking ship that is the music business.
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