OK Go FTW With Toasty New Viral Video

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OK Go is back with a brand new soon-to-be-viral video, according to SPIN.

The video for the new song, entitled "Last Leaf," shows that the band has gone in a new direction with their visuals. Rather than another video that showcases the Rube Goldberg Machine (which was shot 89 times), a treadmill dance, or the Notre Dame marching band, OK Go decided to leave people out of the picture and opt for animation on top of toast this time.

That's right, 2,430 pieces of toast. The video is simply a series of pictures of bread. Yet it's much more interesting than it sounds. It even tops the Jesus toaster.

See the video and get more daily music news and gossip after the jump...

Last Leaf

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