Kicking Harold's 'Kill You' Music Video Features Mary Carey

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Ultradose Music, Kicking Harold, together with Big Machine Design, has created a digital "sleight of hand" music video for the band's new song, "Kill You".

The video was inspired by Vine sensation, Zach King, and features a cameo appearance by Mary Carey.

Kicking Harold is a melodic rock band best known for their hit song "Gasoline," the theme song from the show "Overhaulin," premiered the long-awaited video for their song "Kill You" this past Saturday at an exclusive show at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, California.

Today they release it worldwide via their YouTube Channel (watch here) and the band's website.

The video - created by Big Machine Design - - is done in a throw-back "story" style loosely based on the film "Raising Arizona". It features "Supergirl" - played by red-headed stunner, Sara Hedgren - as she is pursued by the members of the band in a cartoonish trailer park world.

Each time Supergirl rejects the band's advances, she reveals a new "super power". These super powers are actually sleight-of-hand video effects, conducted in the same vein as Vine star, Zach King's popular illusions.

The story ends with a twist as Mary Carey emerges from Supergirl's trailer, and makes it clear Supergirl is "taken" when the two engage in a lesbian kiss.

"Kill You" is the first song to be released from the band's forthcoming album, "Red Light District", which is due January 2015.

The album is available for preorder from iTunes beginning Friday, November 14, 2014. Fans who preorder the album will be able to download "Kill You" instantly, and receive the remaining 11 songs the day the album comes out.