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First Listen: 3OH!3 ‘Double Vision’
June 15, 2010, 2:24 pm
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3OH!3 will be celebrating the release of their sophomore album, Streets of Gold on June 29th, but the duo is already releasing some of the songs early.

After all three of their track releases off of Streets of Gold have already made it onto the Billboard Top 100, Sean and Nat, premiered their fourth song, Double Vision today (6.15)

Following the “Na Na Na Na Na Na” chorus line of the other singles, Double Vision makes itself distinct in that it offers more of a summertime vibe than the others, perfect for the months following.

Listen below and comment what you think of the track!


7 Comments so far
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theyre so incredible…

Comment by Eva-la

ah i’m glad you like them too eva-la! they’re one of my favorites, even though they toned down for this album

Comment by SocialButterflies

This song feels like summer. I cant wait until the album comes out.

Comment by Katelyn Woodruff

they’re just not the same anymore. i can’t stand seeing these bands with such great music make it big and turn in to bubble gum pop. i can’t even listen to them anymore without cringing.

Comment by alexis

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‘Double Vision’ is such a good song. I’m happy they chose it for their second single, following ‘My First Kiss’. I can’t wait to see the video!

Comment by Joel

Its awsome unlike some other songs of them wich are rather scuzy

Comment by oma




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