In their latest music video, Tiny Moving Parts sent bobble head replicas of themselves into space via a 600 gram weather balloon, which contained a GoPro camera enclosed in a styrofoam cooler alongside a GPS tracker and a stack of heat packs. According the band, the craft reached a height of over 80,000 ft (24,384 meters).
Due to the extensive journey and the band losing signals from the GPS along the way, they were initially unable to track where the craft had ended up once it landed back down on Earth. Miraculously, however, two months after the fact, TMP received a call from a local farmer almost 50 miles away from where they originally launched the receptacle, who had found the pack while going through his bean farm.
You can watch the incredible video below, which contains the band's song, “Entrances And Exits.” Be sure to let us know your thoughts!
Tiny Moving Parts released their most recent LP, Pleasant Living, earlier this year on Triple Crown Records.