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.

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.

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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.

Check out the music video below:

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