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Harlequin Jones T-Shirt
  • Harlequin Jones T-Shirt
  • Harlequin Jones T-Shirt
  • Harlequin Jones T-Shirt
  • Harlequin Jones T-Shirt
  • Harlequin Jones T-Shirt
  • Harlequin Jones T-Shirt

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$19.99

Represent your favorite band with a Harlequin Jones t-shirt that says you support good music. Plus, it's soft.

100% Cotton. Black T-shirt, white silkscreened Harlequin Jones logo.

The raven haired model shown is wearing a size S. The drummer model with the terrifying unicorn head is 220 lbs and wears an XL.

We hope to have XS and XXXL sizes soon. We have been told that due to Covid these sizes are running short!

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The Bad Beginning: CD
  • The Bad Beginning: CD
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$7.99

Harlequin Jones' second EP! It had been some time since EP in 2005, so significant time had passed before we started recording this second EP. We didn't know if we would ever be able to finish it bc of money, health, bla bla bla, so it felt like we were forever at the beginning. Thus, The Bad Beginning title!

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3 CD EP Bundle with Handwritten Note
  • 3 CD EP Bundle with Handwritten Note
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$20.00

Go direct through Harlequin Jones and get the music you’ve been streaming sent to your mailbox! Streaming and downloads are convenient, but we’re not the only ones who appreciate hard copies of music and have a bit of nostalgia for compact discs!

You can finally hold the music in your hands, see artwork up close, laugh at everything we spelled wrong, and see what the mysterious back side of the CD looks like!

♦️ Receive Harlequin Jones’ original EP, The Bad Beginning, Overflow, and a hand written thank you note for $20!♦️

(Note: The pic for this description is not any of our front cover art ...HOWEVER... you may see it sinking on the back cover of Overflow if you look close...) Send us pics of you holding all three and we will post it here!

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EPs

Singles

Shake The Disease (Depeche Mode Cover)

Harlequin Jones

Harlequin Jones covers a Depeche Mode classic, simplifying synths to stripped pianos and rich vocals by Amanda von Loon. Possibly a perfect song for these quarantined times when loved ones may be on edge with one another.

Amanda writes, "Took a break from singing a new Harlequin Jones original to record this. I get so sick of myself and the self centeredness that goes into creating personal songs. It's always good to step into someone else's shoes for a minute. This is my take on one of my favorite DM songs.

When I first began driving as a teenager, my car only had a nearly extinct cassette player so I went and bought a couple cassettes at a thrift store so I could listen to music. I ended up with Depeche Mode and Garbage tapes to sing along with for years until they melted in the boiling summer heat inside a parked car."
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A Devil Inside You

Harlequin Jones

Sounds like if you could dance to Castlevania while singing along to a moody, energetic, piano driven flow with Latin percussion heavy beats. Giant female vocals and harmonies. A little eerie yet accessible pop structure and you can move your hips to it!

Perfect for Halloween! Lets get spooky with A Devil Inside You!
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Blackout Fantasy

Harlequin Jones

"Blackout Fantasy" is the song that nearly destroyed Harlequin Jones.

Battling to capture the perfect sound, the perfect timing, and the perfect feel, singer and pianist Amanda von Loon surrendered. Harlequin Jones went dormant for years. Von Loon was disgusted by her cheap plastic keyboard and the generic piano sounds that it produced. After generously inheriting a baby grand piano, a spark was relit and a hibernating passion was ignited. Von Loon began writing songs for Harlequin Jones again and the band began work on new recordings.

Fighting through the same frustrations once again, Harlequin Jones completed recording “Blackout Fantasy,” making it a personal victory and a return from defeat.
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With Hindsight

Harlequin Jones

Harlequin Jones were preparing to record a new set of original material when focus temporarily shifted.

While fumbling through hard drives, Harlequin Jones revisited a collection of demos, alternate takes, and overlooked songs from 2007-2012. Stuck in an existential crisis about the speed of time and age, Harlequin Jones quickly polished the tracks to refresh and clarify the past recordings and release them on this retrospective.

The unearthed demos and alternative versions give insight into a raw past and foreshadow a brighter future's next release.
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