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3OH!3's "Don't Trust Me" video makes its debut

A few weeks ago, we got a sneak peek of the brand new 3OH!3 video in the October 3 edition of Entertainment Weekly. Alas, we finally get to see what the grease paint and loin cloths were all about. Yesterday, the 3OH!3 hooligans premiered their new video, posted after the jump, from the smash single, "Don't Trust Me." The clip features plenty of tongue-in-cheek preening from Boulder's dynamic duo, Nathaniel Motte and Sean Foreman, who are left as the sole suriviors of their gender after an unnamed global virus has eradicated the entire male population across the globe. -- Dave Herrera

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