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OVERVIEW: OK Go -- the band celebrated worldwide for melding music, technology and creativity -- is partnering with The Planetary Society, the world’s largest non-profit space interest group, as the band just released its anticipated latest video, “Upside Down and Inside Out.” Filmed in zero-G, “Upside Down and Inside Out” takes OK Go’s unparalleled artistry and trademark tech-savvy choreography to new heights. For further details visit Upside Down and Inside Out FAQ and Credits.
WHERE & WHEN:
- Planetary TV: Bill Nye asks OK Go about “Upside Down and Inside Out”
- Planetary Radio: Host Mat Kaplan interviews Damian Kulash and Tim Nordwind of OK Go about the band’s zero-G experience in creating “Upside Down and Inside Out,” and more. Available for download Tuesday, February 16. http://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/
- Instagram: OK Go shares video clips through Instagram and partners, including The Planetary Society.
- Complete details about OK Go video release: http://okgo.net/2016/02/11/upside-down-inside-out-faq/
WHY: OK Go, The Planetary Society and CEO Bill Nye (The Science Guy) believe that art, music and creativity inspire people to engage in science and exploration. Space community leaders advocate S.T.E.A.M. -- an expansion of S.T.E.M. to include art among science, technology, engineering and mathematics -- and The Planetary Society partners with artists who advance these values. Through technically stunning, mind-expanding concepts and choreography, OK Go delights millions of people worldwide with the beauty of art and science combined.
Interviews available upon request, limited to availability.
About The Planetary Society
With a global community of more than 2 million space enthusiasts, The Planetary Society is the world’s largest and most influential space advocacy organization. Founded in 1980 by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray, and Louis Friedman and today led by CEO Bill Nye, we empower the public to take a meaningful role in advancing space exploration through advocacy, education outreach, scientific innovation, and global collaboration. Together with our members and supporters, we’re on a mission to explore worlds, find life off Earth, and protect our planet from dangerous asteroids. To learn more, visit www.planetary.org.