Haiku Hands drop new clip for their single ‘Dare You not to Dance’ and cements the trio as one of Australia's best breakthrough artists.
HAIKU HANDS are becoming extremely well known for their melting pot of pop, rap and electronic bangers. They’ve now released an exciting new clip for their hit track ‘Dare You Not To Dance’ and I genuinely, dare you to try not dance to this one. The video is released off the back of similarly high tempo tracks ‘Jupiter’, ‘Squat’ and ‘Not About You’, cementing the trio as one of the most hyped artists breaking out of Australia.
If you’re unfamiliar with the track, it’s a staple in Haiku Hands’ set. The vocals chant and the beat rattles, causing for a dancehall floor melter. Its clip channels this energy directly. It’s an ode to simply losing yourself in dance, showing a diverse crew of people succumbing to the tracks infectious rhythm. Whether you’re in a public bathroom, a school hall, or even trying to wash your car, there is simply no escaping the infectious Haiku Hands wave.
The scenes may feel quite familiar to Sydney siders. The clip takes place across Sydney’s Inner West. The ‘Dare You Not To Dance’ beat tramples over notable icons Marrickville Tennis Club and even Carlovers Carwash. The video works to show Haiku Hands' unstoppable success in these local areas.
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However, the success does not stop here. Their nature and confidence has won over crowds globally and now have their sites on their debut European tour. The video acts a symbol of their provoking and defying nature as a band promoting a personality that is as bold as it is down right infectious, setting them off perfectly for global domination.
Photo by Stephanie Simcox
Words By PARRY TRITSINIOTIS