OK Go premiere new music video

See the video for 'WTF?' On NME.com now

OK Go premiere new music video
Ok Go have released the eagerly awaited new video for their single 'WTF?' and you can see it by scrolling down.

Having made global super-hits with the videos for both 'A Million Ways' and 'Here It Goes Again' via YouTube, the band could be set to attract even more viewers and fans with their latest video.

The original treadmill clip for 'Here It Goes Again' and the backyard boogie of 'A Million Ways' has so for been seen more than 50 million times and has even seen the band receive a Grammy nomination.

'WTF?' is the lead single from their upcoming third album 'Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky'. Both the video and single are available to buy now, with the album due out on January 12, 2010.

To see the band's previous videos visit their website OkGo.net.

Meanwhile, the Chicago four-piece will be touring the UK in January to coincide with the release of their new album.

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