“2 words. F*CK YES” - Triple J
“…it’s almost incomprehensible to witness a live show from a new act that can be this electrifying, memorable and bloody fun.” - NME
“One minute they’re throwing out dirty electronics of a PC Music ilk, then in seconds they’re whipping out unashamed choreographed dance moves, all with the energy and gang mentality of Odd Future or Brockhampton.” - DIY Mag
Fresh off the back of filling the dance floors of warehouses, fields and arenas across Australia, the UK and Europe, Haiku Hands are heading out for their debut national headline tour.
Bringing along their particular style of brat-pop, choreography and multi-artform performance, Haiku Hands work as a collective of artists engaging and exploring social norms with their lyrical and visual content. The core of Haiku Hands are Claire Nakazawa, Beatrice Lewis and Mie Nakazawa, with their live show expanding to include vocalist Mataya Young along with a rotating mixed bag of dancers, contortionists, DJs and visual artists. Every Haiku Hands performance is its own uniquely curated performance.
This tour will follow an epic 2018 which included sets on the stages of Listen Out and Splendour In The Grass, two UK/ European tours and national tour support slots alongside Flight Facilities and Bloc Party.