PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A Pittsburgh area school is getting a lot of recognition for a recent “lip dub” music video they did.

More than 1,400 North Hills High School students got together last week to create the school’s first ever “lip dub” video.

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The school chose to use “Wake Me Up” by Avicii.

The music video featured nearly every athletic team, club and student at the high school.

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The school says the video was directed, filmed, and edited by seniors Nick Ross and Michael Joos, and overseen by video production teacher Brian Bellissimo.

Photo Credit: acrossross.com

Photo Credit: acrossross.com

A “lip dub” is a form of music video involving groups of people lip syncing to a song.

The North Hills video has already been viewed more than ten-thousand times.

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Check out the music video below: