Comedian Jeff Hilliard Releases Satirical Single “Abandon”

As a satirical comedic innovator, Jeff Hilliard’s provocative point of view on the dark, twisted reality of modern-day society proves his creativity knows no bounds. His controversial music videos have garnered millions of views and have won at numerous film festivals and have recently been promoted by the likes of SteveO, Russell Brand and Tommy Lee.

With his unique blend of social commentary and songwriting, Hilliard collaborated with a number of musicians including The Dead Kennedy’s’ D.H. Peligro and Inger Lorre of The Nymphs. He joined forces with Chevelle on making two music videos, one of which had its world premiere on MTV2. Hilliard’s music video “Balls” featured Steve-O (Jackass) and he’s worked with Jeordie White, aka Twiggy Ramirez (Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle), to develop the recent release “Good Life”, which has been hailed by Billy Morrison (The Cult, Billy Idol) as “The most outrageous, wrong, socially unacceptable music video I’d ever seen – and that is what makes it UTTER GENIUS!”. Chester Bennington (Linkin Park, Dead by Sunrise, Stone Temple Pilots) “‘The Good Life’ is one of the best music videos I’ve ever seen.”

His video for “Consensual” won Best Music Video at the Hollywood Shorts Film Festival and his videos for “Mulletude” and “Silicone Wave” won Best Music Video and Production awards at numerous film festivals across the country.

Hilliard’s film credits include opening Paul Schrader’s Dog Eat Dog film starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Defoe. He also played the main antagonist, Officer Banks, in Bernard Rose’s award winning film Frankenstein starring Danny Huston, Carrie-Anne Moss, Xavier Samuel, and Tony Todd. Recently, he starred in Traveling Light along with Stephen Dorff, Tony Todd, and Danny Huston.