OK Go on hopes for their DNA record and becoming pop culture icons

April 28, 2015
Photo: OK Go press

OK Go returned to Denver last weekend with a new live show. The Chicago-born, Los Angeles-based band released their fourth album, "Hungry Ghosts," last October on their own label Paracadute Recordings.

Bass player Tim Nordwind joined host Alisha Sweeney to talk about working to encode their new record on actual strands of DNA as well as his favorite moments of the band in pop culture.

Stream the interview above.

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