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3OH!3 Channel Lil Dicky, Mickey Avalon With New Bizarre 'My D*ck' Video Single [WATCH]

by Michael Haskoor   Dec 6, 2015 16:08 PM EST

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Remember 3OH!3, the Boulder, Colorado electronic duo behind the hit song, "Don't Trust Me"? They're back with a bizarre new single titled "My D*ck" that channels Mickey Avalon and even Lil Dicky, with an equally bizarre music video to complement it.

Founded in 2004 at the University of Colorado, Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte oddly found themselves a place amongst the punk rock and emo genres. They really planted their feet onto the scene in 2008 with their album Want, which featured their ever-popular electro-fanfaric, "don't trust a ho, don't trust me" jingle. It even landed them a slot on the Vans Warped Tour the following year, which introduced them to a much larger fan-base.

The new single, which will appear on a brand new upcoming album that has yet-to-be titled, tells the story of a gentleman who struggles with the affliction of a large penis. It's certainly not as catchy and a little more gimmicky than their breakout single, however, the fact that it channels the Micky Avalon song of the same name, as well as some of Lil Dicky's known lyrical comedy antics, makes for an intriguing listen.

The video, which was directed by Tony Yacenda, montages between an older man describing his struggles as sort-of a "True Life" segment, a botched sarcastic surgery and funny news clips. It's all truly strange and you should definitely check it out for yourself.

The single is currently available via iTunes and most other digital retailers and is also streaming via Spotify. Although details regarding a new album are unavailable at this time, the new music video seems to be the first step of an upcoming new album campaign, so more details are certain to follow. Stay up-to-date with the band via their official website.

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