Published Feb 11, 2016L.A.-based pop-rock group OK Go have produced a pretty impressive videography over the years, garnering millions upon millions of YouTube hits for choreographed routines and other eye-catching gimmickry. Trying to take things up to a notch, quite literally, the band have now prepped an airplane-bound video for their "Upside Down & Inside Out."
"What you are about to see is real," a disclaimer reads, alerting viewers to the premise: OK Go in zero gravity.
What follows is the colorfully-clothed band performing floating front flips with airline stewardesses, ducking improperly stowed away paint balls, and reaping the benefits of a zero-g piñata party. Lyrically, the song notes that gravity is just a habit.
You can lift off with the band's new video via the player below.