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OK Go's Emotional New Ballad, "All Together Now", Inspired by Singer's Bout with COVID-19

Damian Kulash, lead singer for OK Go discusses his recent bout with COVID-19, how it impacted his family, and the band's latest pop delight, "All Together Now", as part of our Love in the Time of Coronavirus series.

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Do What You Want: OK Go and the New Landscape of Artistic Integrity

I wrote a piece wondering why OK Go's videos were so good but their songs seemed to be lacking. It generated a lot of great responses -- and then OK Go's Damian Kulash decided to give me a ring.

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OK Go: Upside Out EP

Four tracks. Two hits, one middling song, and a miss. OK Go keeps making great videos but musically they're still trying to live up to their excellent first album.

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Optical Illusions: The Problem with OK Go's Accidental Legacy

They started out with great songs. Then they made amazing music videos. Now, their songs serve as soundtracks to viral meme-fodder and little else.

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20 Questions: Pyyramids

What happens when you combine one member of He Say She Say and one of the pop masterminds behind OK Go? You get PYYRAMIDS, and a delightfully warm 20 Questions feature as well.

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OK Go + Earl Greyhound: 19 May 2010 - Austin, TX

Some people probably only know OK Go from their creative videos, which have garnered the band much acclaim and record-setting views on YouTube. But this isn't a gimmick band.

Greg M. Schwartz
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Strictly Global: A Source for Music Videos on Broadcast TV

The kind of show you wished MTV would make.

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Treading New Ground: An Interview with OK Go

OK Go talks about breaking instruments in the studio, rocking out with musical idols, and the surreal sensation of playing glow-in-the-dark guitars rigged with lasers.

Adam Conner-Simons
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Secret Dakota Ring: Cantarell

Cantarell is one of those unexpected, pleasing moments of pop joy that blindsides you out of left-field: an album that assumes nothing and then somehow accomplishes more than it has any right to.

Evan Sawdey
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OK Go: Oh No

This may be one of the first albums that could be at home stored next to either Sloan and Jet as Spoon or the better material of Guided By Voices.

Scott Carlson
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Ok Go

On occasion the teens did distract, holding conversations about making out and sneaking booze in the trunks of their cars.

Dave Brecheisen

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