The band's manager says the tech giant's latest promo borrows heavily from their video for "The Writing’s on the Wall."
It's a series of incredible optical illusions shot in one take.
Got your 3-D glasses? Okay, go!
Don't try this at home.
Yo Gabba whatnow?
And a ton of other bands.
See "All Is Not Lost."
Presenting 'The Green Album.'
For Morgan Spurlock's 'Greatest Movie Ever Sold.'
For eight and a half miles — yikes.
Plus: A-Trak, Dipset, John Mellencamp, Kanye West, Keyshia Cole, Miike Snow, and more.
The song is "Last Leaf," off 'Of the Blue Colour of the Sky.'
Dog whispering on an unprecedented scale.
With cameos from Zach Galifianakis and Ira Glass.
The best part is the geese.
Plus: Angels and Airwaves, Saves the Day, Weezer, MGMT, Girl Talk, Hanson, Drake, Matt & Kim, Wale, John Doe and Exene Cervenka, Tanlines, the Willowz, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Echo & the Bunnymen, the Gossip, and OK Go.
In this week's issue of 'New York,' Chris Willman chats with a newly label-less OK Go.
The video for "Drunk Girls" is somewhat reminiscent of "This Too Shall Pass."
"It’s not like they’re inherently evil. It’s a system that got too big for its britches and fell over."
We guess the band's still upset about that whole no-YouTube-embedding thing.
First, get 60 staffers from NASA or jet-propulsion labs ...
Victory for the little guy! (Sort of.)