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OK Go gets creative again for "I Won't Let You Down" music video

First they rode on treadmills, and now they've moved on to personal mobility devices.

One-take wonder: Inside OK Go's elaborate new music video 03:22

The members of OK Go are back again with another new trippy music video, this one for the single "I Won't Let You Down," which made its world premiere Monday morning on NBC's "Today" show.

In the clip, which was shot at the expansive Longwood Station in Tokyo, Japan, the band members can be seen traveling on Honda Uni-Cubs -- battery-powered devices that look like unicycles and reach a top-speed of roughly four miles per hour.

The gang also moves around with a large group of umbrella-clad dancers, in a sequence that takes inspiration from the 1952 classic musical, "Singing in the Rain."

The guys from OK Go has made a name for themselves over the years for their unique music videos. The clip for their song "Here It Goes Again," which featured the group performing while hopping around on treadmills, won a Grammy Award in 2007 for best music video.

The band recently released its fourth studio album, "Hungry Ghosts," now available for purchase on iTunes.

Tell us: Are you a fan of the "I Won't Let You Down" music video?

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