3OH!3 are back: “LONELY MACHINES” is the first new single from Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte in years. It’s also a collaboration with 100 gecs. The single comes with a music video that includes a home robbery gone wrong, wizard outfits, CD worship, and more. Check out the wacky visual below.
3OH!3’s latest album, Night Sports, came out in 2016. “If you start to google ‘is 3OH!3…’ it autofills to ‘still together?’” Sean Foreman said in a press release. He continued:
Well, it’s about time we answer that question with a resounding “um… well… we never really… um… YES!!!” About a year ago, Nat and I found ourselves unsigned, unmanaged and frankly, under no pressure to just create and have fun—so we did just that. Magically, as we started to write, we got in touch with Matt Galle and partnered with Photo Finish [Records]. The creative energy and motivation that we had for our first album felt recaptured. It just feels good again; unforced. And I believe the new music is a representation of that freedom.
3OH!3 debuted in 2007 with their self-released, self-titled debut. The follow-up, 2008’s Want, was their breakthrough album, led by singles like “Don’t Trust Me” and “Starstrukk” (which later got a remix featuring Katy Perry).
Originally Appeared on Pitchfork