Thursday, November 26, 2015

Ok Go-es to the dogs in new video

The latest animal-inspired video lighting up cyberspace comes from the band Ok Go in their "White Knuckles" video which debuted Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Ok Go-es to the dogs in new video


The latest animal-inspired video lighting up cyberspace comes from the band Ok Go in their "White Knuckles" release which debuted Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

As New York magazine described the remarkable video, "bookshelves become elevators, trash bin pyramids are toppled, and the puppies exchange high-fives with the band."

Trainer Lauren Henry, of Talented Animals, tells the magazine how she and her team turned 12 canines and a goat into a precision dance ensemble able to perform in a single, continuous take. In two weeks! Henry blogs about how it all came together, while her partner Roland Sonnenburg, in a hilarious earlier post (and commentary on the celebrity dog "whisperers" of the world), offers a dog trainer's take on "Why the Chicken Crossed the Road.

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