To do this video, they used 80 actors placed along 260 feet (80m) of road and shot from a car driven at 31mph (50 km/h) with a Phantom Flex 4K camera. Filmed at 1,000fps, it was shot in 5 seconds and slowed down to become a 3:30 music video.
This is BBC's cover of The Beach Boys' 'God Only Knows', starring 29 of the biggest names in the music industry.
This music-less version of David Bowie and Mick Jagger's 'Dancing in the Street' (1985) is really funny.
OK Go's latest music video 'The Writing's On The Wall' is insane, as usual. It took them three weeks of hard work and over 50 attempts to get it right!
Some of their most appreciated works in case you want to see more:
See how this guy inserted himself into Britney Spears' entire 'Work B**ch' music video, it's simply hilarious.
To promote their upcoming plant sale, the farmers from Idaho's 'Peaceful Belly Farm' have created a parody video of Blacktreet's No Diggity.
A guy shot an innocent video of two of his friends hanging out in the city and added romantic music and slow motion to turn it into a funny "true bromance" video. They did not like it...
Apparently, author and singer IceJJfish is really confident in his musical skills and talents and has long been publishing his creations on the web. But only his latest song 'On the Floor' became a "hit" and gained 3.7 million views on YouTube in less than a week...
Most commentators agree that this is the worst thing they've ever heard.
Autostereograms... you know, these visual illusions that hurt the brain
If you have trouble viewing it, try the cross-eye version of the video
Prodigy's 'Firestarter' music video without the music gets weirder, creepier but also funnier!
They preferred to go with a crazy music video than the more conventional best man speech.
Following this video: Evolution of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky 1920-2020, the author asked viewers to choose a decade and create a music video so that he could choose the best submissions and create the final music video for this song… and this is the result.
Music band Moones created an interactive Youtube video where you can control how drunk the band is thanks to annotations.
This is actually the official music video for Avicii vs Nicky Romero – ‘I Could Be The One’. This might make you think a little bit about your life…
We’re used to play this kind of game through pictures of flash games, but now, let’s try it with a music video. See how many you can find