The indie band OK Go has already won a Best Short-Form Music Video Grammy Award for the quirky clip that accompanied their hit single “Here It Goes Again,” and more accolades may be on the way for the band thanks to the talented team of tail-waggers who give the band members a helping hand (or paw) in the video for their latest song.
Their complex canine choreography captured on camera by director Trish Sie (herself a dog devotee who is both a pet parent and rescuer, New York Magazine revealed) the synchronized Spots– who were trained by Talented Animals– move to the groove of “White Knuckles.”
Many of the dogs who took part in the video were rescues, and in honor of the rock star Rovers OK Go is donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the music video on their official site to the ASPCA. The band has announced that they will offer fans several different video packages.
For more information regarding the online purchase of the video and making a donation to animal rescue:
- visit www.okgo.net/dogs
To make a donation to the ASPCA:
- visit www.aspca.org/donate
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