Set to make their international debut at The Great Escape, Dot Dot Festival and a London headline show this May, Haiku Hands have today launched their much-awaited new single 'Jupiter'.
With their signature pairing of genre bending songs, synchronised dance moves and high energy production, Haiku Hands have developed a fierce live reputation with sets at Falls Festival, St Jerome's Laneway, The Plot, Wonderland Scarehouse Tour, BIGSOUND, One Day, Sunday x Red Bull Academy, Pitch and Panama Festivals. Erupting with boisterous beats and jam-packed with attitude, 'Jupiter' has captured the attention of worldwide audiences, peaking at #2 in The Netherlands, #9 in Sweden, #14 in Australia and #21 in Austria on the iTunes Electronic charts and entered the Australian viral Spotify chart. The track was also included on Matt Wilkinson from Beats 1 'Best Songs of 2018 So Far' list and received airplay from Phil Taggart on BBC1.
Erupting with buoyant beats and jam-packed with attitude, the fearless debut single from an Australian collective playing by their own rules. Amassing over one million steams, the single lured renowned American choreographer Brian Friedman (Justin Bieber, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Usher and Prince). The So You Think You Can Dance judge featured 'Not About You' in his series of choreography videos, which has notched up over 800,000 views.
Hailing from Melbourne and Sydney, the core of Haiku Hands is Claire Nakazawa, Mia Nakazawa and Beatrice Lewis. Together, they curate, perform and work as a collective of artists. They engage and explore social norms with their lyrical and visual content, with influences form hip hop, pop, electronic dance and R&B.
In addition to the myriad of festival dates, the elusive crew sold-out their first headline show at the Lansdowne, were invited to curate All About Women at the Sydney Opera House and performed as special guests with Tank and The Bangas. 2018 will see their dance cards filled with a string of UK shows, festival sets at The great Escape, Dot to Dot (Manchester, Bristol, Nottingham), Splendour in the Grass, Groovin' the Moo Canberra, Wide Open Spaces, Curve Ball, Perisher Peak Festival and more.
Jupiter is OUT NOW and you can hear it first here: awal.lnk.to/jupiter