NEW Har Mar Superstar Video (ft. Eva Mendez) & Dark Touches pre-order

lf you’ve seen and/or been following our post updates about the Har Mar Superstar viral videos, then this new music video and track is going to seem familiar to you.  This first hit to drop official-style, with a video and the whole can of Pringles, is called “Tall Boy“.  As it has been mentioned repeatedly over the last few months, by us and many others, the song was originally written for Britney Spears and, subsequently, rejected by her “people”.  It’s too bad that she wasn’t able to, at least, make a small cameo because, visually, this is definitely her steez.

Seeing this mini-film finally ties each of the teasers together, which all appear to have been pulled from and created during this video shoot.  Just like the teasers, the “Tall Boy” video features appearances by Eric Wareheim, Alia Shawkat and Eva Mendes.  Push the fucking play button and check it out fools!  Then scroll to the bottom and read on, because I’m hopped up on pork sandwiches and TWIX and I want to bark some more orders at you.

The new Har Mar album Dark Touches has an official release date of Oct. 13th, but the pre-order is definitely the way to go.  It’s crazy cheap for everything that you get and there’s 3 different order options, 1 of which come with an autographed copy.  The soul machine, Superstar, has been flying low on the U.S. radar for the last few years, but I see this new release blowing up like Serena Williams at a line judge on the Challenger and getting more play than Papa John Phillips with a rig full of coke at a family reunion. [Sorry, I’m trying to maintain my puns like an ointment and make them topical]

Har Mar Superstar has a revamped site that looks great so, while you’re there placing your order, make sure to peruse around and give it a once over, like a booty at the club.  I even happen to have a photo-set in the gallery over there, which can be viewed by clicking HERE.

Below are the ordering options available for Dark Touches.  If you order the album some exclusive content is available immediately and each package provides the option between MP3 or LOSSLESS AAC files.

The following details are taken via Harmarsuperstar.com

Order Dark Touches now, and Har Mar will front you album art, the song “Tall Boy” from the forthcoming album, and two EXCLUSIVE bonus tracks — “Just the Tip,” a racy, non-album collaboration with The Faint’s Jacob Thiele & Clark Baechle and a remix of “Tall Boy” by Professor LaCroix.

OPTION #1

(only $8.98)

Dark Touches – Digital Files

Pre-order today and immediately you get:

Track downloads:
1. Tall Boy
2. Just The Tip
3. Tall Boy – Professor LaCroix Remix

Image download:

1. Dark Touches Album Art

When the album is released, you’ll get:
Immediate release-day acquisition of the digital files.

MP3 or MP3+LOSSLESS

OPTION #2

(only $13.98)

Dark Touches – CD + Digital Files

Pre-order today and immediately you get:

Track downloads:

1. Tall Boy
2. Just The Tip
3. Tall Boy – Professor LaCroix Remix

Image download:

1. Dark Touches Album Art

When the album is released, you’ll get:

A CD autographed by Har Mar, as well as immediate release-day acquisition of the digital files.

CD+MP3 or CD+LOSSLESS

OPTION #3

(only $15.98)

Dark Touches – Vinyl + CD + Digital Files

Pre-order today and immediately you get:

Track downloads:

1. Tall Boy
2. Just The Tip
3. Tall Boy – Professor LaCroix Remix

Image download:

1. Dark Touches Album Art

When the album is released, you’ll get:
A 180-gram, pink VINYL LP, which will also include a CD in a paper slipcase, as well as immediate release-day acquisition of the digital files.

VINYL + CD + MP3 or VINYL + CD + LOSSLESS

Dead C

Located in Seattle, Dead C is the founder/editor, as well as the principal writer and photographer, of Monster Fresh. Creating the site in 2007, he did so with a specific dream in mind. Unfortunately, being a muscle relaxer-fueled fever dream, it's hard to recall all of the details. "I remember that my mom was there, but it wasn't actually her in the dream, it was actually 70s heart throb, Jan Michael Vincent. And everything took place here, in this room... but it wasn't actually here... it was different. The colors were washed out and, for some reason, there was a raccoon kicking it with us and it was wearing a holographic monocle."

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