We know that there are plenty of mobile apps available on our smartphones and tablets that allows us to create music videos, but to use multiple devices at once to come up with an interesting and unique music video concept? That will probably take a fair amount of skill and coordination, but that’s what Ukrainian musicians Brunettes Shoot Blondes did in their music video for their song “Knock Knock”.

The video used a combination of iPhones, iPods, iPads, and even some MacBooks. According to the video’s description, all of it was recorded in real time and done in a single take, which most videographers will know does take a lot of skill to get right and to make it look smooth.

The video itself is pretty entertaining and if you have a couple of minutes to spare, you can check it out above to see it for yourself. In fact the folks at Brunettes Shoot Blondes have also decided to make the song free for download, so if you like what you hear and you love the band’s concept, just head on over to their website for the details.

We should point out that this isn’t the first video of its kind as there are several similar videos before it, but given the fact that it was shot in real time and in a single take makes it even more so impressive. So, what do you guys think of it?

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