Slowly but sure 3OH!3's first single 'Don't Trust Me' from 2008 album 'Want' climbs Billboard Hot 100, recently sitting at number 7 on the chart.
Returning with second studio album "Want" in 2008, 3OH!3 has made a debut on Billboard Hot 100 with "Don't Trust Me", the first single off the record. The song has reached number seven on the U.S. singles chart this week after previously sitting at number eight on the chart.
Despite its controversy with misogyny-considered lyrics "Shush girl, shut your lips/Do the Helen Keller, and talk with your hips," "Don't Trust Me" sold over 1,424,000 downloads, and so was certified Platinum. On top of the impressive chart performance and selling point, the track, which music video has been outed earlier, is featured on Tap Tap Revenge video game for iPhone OS.
In the meantime, this electronica duo consisting of Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte have been lined up as one of the performers for a number of 2009 Warped Tour dates. Starting from July 3, they will be performing alongside other-confirmed musical acts, such as Madina Lake, Underoath, LIGHTS and Chiodos.
When the Warped Tour is completed, the band will head up to Australia for another roadshow. They have so far announced six live concerts in the country, kicking it off in Fowlers, Adelaide on October 13. Fans can obtain more info about their forthcoming shows on their MySpace.