Haiku Hands prove they deserve the hype with new single, Jupiter

Haiku Hands prove they deserve the hype with new single, Jupiter

The electronic trio finally follow-up Not About You with a far more polished sound.

Off the back of just one single (and a lively, choreographed live show), it's hard to believe the acclaim that's been thrown behind Haiku Hands already. They've been dubbed as the "next big thing" by just about everyone, been added to the line-ups of Laneway, Splendour In The Grass, Groovin' The Moo and Falls Festival, and even started to piece together an overseas assault - kicking off with a performance at The Great Escape Festival in May. However, from the second Not About You's infectious, rave-pop sound kicks into gear, it's obvious why we're falling head over heels for Haiku Hands.

Jupiter is their second single and it's arguably a more polished and refined sound in comparison to the synthy stabs of Not About You, with the ravey sounds of their debut left to just a smattering in favour of a more pop-centric sound. Created in partnership with Joelistics, Jayteehazard and Hermitude's El Gusto, Jupiter combines Haiku Hands' punchy, attitude-fuelled vocal with a guitar-soaked beat that is more relaxed than the relentless Not About You, but is still packed full of that fun, laid-back flavour that made their debut so addictive and replayable. Check out the single below, and be sure to keep an eye on Haiku Hands as they launch into what's bound to be a dominative 2018.

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