Aussie trio Haiku Hands have shared their new video “Manbitch,” directed by Nathan Lewis that deliver stunning vintage visuals. The song is a hip-shaking anthem that hits your reward center right away and sticks with you for the entire day:
On the single, HH shared: “‘Manbitch’ was one of the first songs we ever wrote together. It was written and recorded in Joel Ma’s studio in Melbourne with extra production flavour by Elgusto. We were laughing our heads off as we wrote it. It’s a club banger and a reimagining of the concept ‘bitch’ for anyone from any gender identification who would like to use it, own it and flex it. ”
The song is from their upcoming debut album, which will be arriving this August on Mad Decent.
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