Gothenburg, Sweden-based rockers HARDCORE SUPERSTAR have released a music video for their latest single, "Electric Rider". The clip, which contains footage of the band's March 24 concert at Lisebergshallen in Gothenburg, was filmed and edited by Max Ljungberg.
"Electric Rider" is taken from HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's forthcoming 11th studio album, "You Can't Kill My Rock 'N' Roll", which is due later in the year via Gain Music Entertainment.
"Electric Rider" is described in a press release as "three minutes and 40 seconds of that classic hard-hitting HARDCORE SUPERSTAR sound, all wrapped up in an infectiously 'sweet satanic groove' that's guaranteed to give the band their third radio hit in a row."
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR debuted "Electric Rider" live at its recent concert in Norrköping, and within minutes, fan-filmed footage was up on YouTube and several forums to rapturous applause, confirming that this is a natural choice for a single and a definite crowd pleaser.
The new single ties in with HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's current world tour that includes several select co-headline dates with fellow countrymen MUSTASCH in Sweden before they take things further afield into Finland, Spain, Italy and Australia, all after headlining the opening day of the prestigious Sweden Rock Festival in June.
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