Haiku Hands más electrónicas todavía en “Cool For You”

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Haiku Hands even more electronic in “Cool For You”

Haiku Hands even more electronic in “Cool For You”

The new theme of Haiku Hands“Cool For You”, is the latest preview of their new album “Pleasure Beast”available on December 1st. A new example of its effectiveness in creating dance songs.

The Australian Trio alt-danceformed by Claire Nakazawa, Beatrice Lewis and Mie Nakazawapresents a new masuelas that is reminiscent of bands like Primal Scream either The Chemical Brothers.

The member of Haiku Hands Beatrice Lewis states about the new song that “This song is about feeling like yourself. It’s a statement that you’re already good. In fact, you’re already amazing and you should be singing it from the rooftops and celebrating yourself and supporting yourself and feeling like yourself. Still “It gives me chills when I listen to the song, even though I’ve heard it a million times.”

Haiku Hands they composed “Pleasure Beast” on a trip to Indonesia and during his 2023 tour and will include collaborations with Josh Fountain, Dan Farber and David Sitek. In addition, the band has announced dates for a tour in the United Kingdom in January and February 2024 that will continue the tour that will take them to tour the United States with the rapper. Big Freedia.

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