It's a bit unusual for a band to shoot a music video for a song that debuted more than two years ago but that's exactly what American rock band OK Go has done. Moreover, you're probably wondering why we're talking about it here although after you watch, you'll understand why.

The majority of the video for the song The One Moment from the band's fourth studio album, Hungry Ghosts, "unfolds over 4.2 seconds of real time." In super slow motion, however, and with a small amount of real-time video mixed in, it takes just shy of four minutes.

What's amazing here is how the action on screen syncs perfectly with the song as it plays. There's really no way to describe the ridiculously high level of precision on exhibit here in words.

OK Go frontman and video director Damian Kulash told that the shoot was basically all math. When you're working at those tiny time intervals, it's too fast for the human eye to see.

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