Haiku Hands & True Vibration Teach You Dance Floor Skills On ‘Squat’
It’s already well known that Haiku Hands are the country’s newest three-piece insisting dance moves and bass beats that have yet to be seen. Two bouncy singles down, they’re back with another infectious number titled Squat.
If Not About You didn’t get you moving—either in the office or at their recent, festival opening slots at Listen Out—then Squat most certainly will. Flush with that now infamous Haiku Hands bass dribble, the song is incredibly fun and confident. The producers, rappers, singers and multi-instrumentalists team up with another group of the same calibre, True Vibration.
With the collaboration, both groups continue to not only champion the spirit of having fun with dancing, but push it further forward. Squat is a true embodiment of the Haiku Hands sound—the flipping from rap to big bounce choruses makes this both a live and recorded experience unlike anything else. As True Vibration mention, the track is a passing down of knowledge from dance floor legends to those who may be too nervous to do it themselves.
“Squat is an instruction manual for people who are too self-conscious, but hidden inside them is an ability to tear up the dancefloor. It’s about squatting, letting go of any anxieties and getting the fuck down!,” explains True Vibration.
RELATED: Hear Haiku Hands’ previous banger Jupiter HERE.
Prep those squats for Haiku Hands’ first national headline tour next year. They tackle most capital cities including an appearance at Party in the Paddock. Scope the full list of dates below and stream Squat.