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A first look at 3OH!3's "Still Around" video

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As if to show the world that they're not one-dimension electro-crunk caricatures -- which those who've heard Sean Foreman's folksier musings already knew -- the 3OH!3 guys included an anomalous ballad on Want, their breakout record. That track, "Still Around," is the subject of the outfit's latest video, which is sure to mindfuck the fans that came on board with "Don't Trust Me" and "Starstrukk." The clip prominently features Foreman in a cowboy hat on a ranch of some sort riding a horse, interspersed with shots of the horse grazing in tall grass and Foreman subsequently mowing that same grass on a riding mower. Better still, the video, in which Nat Motte is conspicuously missing, appears to have been shot in a lone-camera home movie style. This one isn't likely to earn any MTV Video Music Awards nominations. Check it out after the jump.

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