Blarf's Video for "Badass Bullshit Benjamin Buttons Butthole Assassin" Is Wild as Hell

Blarf's Video for "Badass Bullshit Benjamin Buttons Butthole Assassin" Is Wild as Hell
We learned earlier this month that Eric Andre is, at the very least, affiliated with mysterious new artist Blarf, who is set to deliver debut album Cease & Desist later this month. But after watching the wild new video for album opener "Badass Bullshit Benjamin Buttons Butthole Assassin," the comedian's involvement seems undeniable.

Described as "a psychedelic ride through Blarf's stream-of-consciousness," the thoroughly disturbing clip features eyeballs popping out of people's heads, a goth Dr. Phil, Richard Pryor standup clips, CGI humans, Barack Obama and more all cut together with myriad video effects.

As for the song itself, the sonic onslaught features samples of Beastie Boys' "Shake Your Rump" and music from Super Mario Bros. YouTube's copyright feature has also flagged the music used in the video as a song from fusion outfit Weather Report.

Cease & Desist is set to arrive through Stones Throw on June 28 and is now available for pre-order on vinyl.

Andre recently mapped out a lengthy standup tour, which includes a date at Toronto's JFL42.