Aussie mavericks Haiku Hands has dropped wild, blood-rushing visuals for their banger “Super Villain.” The video gives you a glimpse of the quartet’s unlimited energy as we get to see them surrounded with their favorite human beings. “Super Villain” is a carefree song that gives you the stickiest rhythms and riffs to go on a hip-shaking madness. “The track is one of the most freeing songs to perform live, we feel powerful and connected when we play it live and tap into the wildest parts of ourselves,” noted Haiku Hands. Hit play:
Speaking of the video, Haiku Hands stated: “The video was captured at a hometown warehouse party we organised independently. It was a huge feat achieved with the help of our favourite Marrickville party people and friends who arrived armed with lights, PA’s, esky’s and big energy. The footage was shot and edited by our friend Lowanna who made the live video for our very first headline show. It’s the perfect picture of the community we love and thrive in.”
“Super Villain” is from their self-titled debut album, which was released back in September via Spinning Top Records and Mad Decent.
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