Sometimes we have the best job in the world. In this case not only did we have the opportunity to read a terrific book before its publication, which happened to be written by our friend John Scalzi, but he also subsequently asked us if we were interested in writing an “end-credits” song for it.
We’ve been dying to tell people about it for nearly six months, and at long last we’re proud to present “Fuzzy Man (Fuzzy Nation)“, a song of such epic proportions that it could very well usher in a new golden age for overwrought, bombastic, emotionally-charged rock power ballads.
You have several options for your consumption of this wonderful, wonderful song: you can purchase it (our personal favorite choice), read it, watch it, or just listen to it (see player below). Pick one or several:
UPDATE: Also now available in various lossless/audio-nerd-friendly formats.
Mega-ton thanks to the star-addled cast of musicians who helped turn our rock anthem way past eleven:
And special kudos to Len Peralta for the “Fuzzy Man (Fuzzy Nation)” single cover art, which we look forward to having projected on a massive screen behind us as we collect our first Grammy.