OK Go are ridiculously good at setting up printers, it seems (yes they’ve a new video)

Watch the band's new clip for ‘Obsession’.
OK Go have released a new video for ‘Obsession’.

A track from recent album ‘Hungry Ghosts’, the clip features 567 printers spewing out coloured paper, and stop-motion that has led to a warning to those susceptible to seizures.

Advising viewers to fiddle with their video player settings (1440p or 2160p is optimal, FYI), the band explain: “When the colors and patterns get crazy, there’s actually just too much information flying by for YouTube’s normal HD compression. We broke the matrix.”

“By the time you see this, all of this paper will have been recycled,” they add via a print out at the start of the clip, referencing the ridic amount of paper they fling on the floor, “and the proceeds given to Greenpeace.”

Watch ‘Obsession’ below.

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