3 Oh3 November 2020 Teaser
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3OH!3 Return With New Music Teaser

Hear a snippet of new material from electro duo 3OH!3 as they gear up to make their return…

This year is continuing to somehow get even more surprising, as Colorado electro duo 3OH!3 have returned and are gearing up to release new music.

The pair (Sean Foreman and Nat Motte) are starting to tease their return with a nostalgic two-minute video that takes in their career so far – from collaborating with Katy Perry (STARSTRUKK) and Ke$ha (My First Kiss) to hitting the Vans Warped Tour – as well as unveiling a snippet of new material.

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Speaking to AltPress about their return and the follow-up to 2016 album Night Sports, Nat says, After having worked on a lot of other peoples’ music in the recent years, we wanted to come back to our own music as 3OH!3 and rekindle that energy. 

We channeled that in the best way we could, and we wanted to find things in life to celebrate, to make music to dance to, to cry to, and to laugh to. I can tell you one thing for certain – we had a whole lot of fun making these new songs, and if it brings anyone else an ounce of that joy, we can rest easy.”

Check out 3OH!3’s new teaser below – and watch this space…

Posted on November 10th 2020, 1:19p.m.
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