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Haiku Hands have announced their self-titled debut album with new track ‘Fashion Model Art’

Out on September 10th, expect some glorious dance-pop bops okay?!
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Published: 2:36 pm, July 30, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Cole Bennetts.
Haiku Hands have announced their self-titled debut album with new track ‘Fashion Model Art’

Haiku Hands have revealed details of their anticipated debut album, along with dropping a brand new track in ‘Fashion Model Art’

Featuring fellow dance-pop titans SOFI TUKKER, ‘Fashion Model Art’ sets the bar high for what to expect across their debut album - like we’re already standing up and dancing around the front room so that must be a good sign yeah?!

Speaking about the track, Haiku Hands said: "The chorus of ‘Fashion Model Art’ was created on the train coming home from the Sydney Biennale. It was the moment we swapped from being our composed observant art critiques to our boisterous playful selves. We ended up having half the carriage chanting fashion fashion, model model, art art art art on the train.”

“This song celebrates the fashion model art character within ourselves. We revel in the hilarious, tense, fun, ridiculous and utmost seriousness of these moments. SOFI TUKKER jumped on this song after we toured with them for a month in the US. We ask ourselves, what should we do with our hands?”

Haiku Hands self-titled debut album is set for release on September 10th, featuring the previously unveiled ‘Not About You’, ‘Manbitch’ and ‘Onset’. “The record explores an attitude of empowerment, humour and positivity whilst also delving into darker themes and expressions. We aimed to be original in our creative choices, we were influenced by multiple genres and artists but were aiming to create something that sounded new and different” explain Haiku Hands. Can’t wait.

Check out ‘Fashion Model Art’ below

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