Listen to Haiku Hands’ assertive new dancefloor bop, ‘Suck My Cherry’

Written for the new Christopher Landon-directed body swap film 'Freaky'

Haiku Hands have returned with ‘Suck My Cherry’, a song composed for the new Christopher Landon-directed body swap film Freaky.

The dance-pop trio’s latest is a characteristically assertive, high-energy bop, written and produced alongside Joelistics and Hermitude.

It arrives alongside a Jasmin Tarasin-directed video that takes its cues from classic horror films, interspersed with scenes from Freaky. Watch that below:

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‘Suck My Cherry’ marks the first time the band have written a track from start to finish over Zoom together.

“With tropical-island filters behind us and from different states and studios, we started with a cheerleader rhythm and got loose on the lyrics,” reads a statement from the group.

“It was also a new experience to write from a brief, one we could get behind as they were saying ‘make it weirder’.”

Haiku Hands released their self-titled debut album back in September. In a four-star reviewNME called the record an “unapologetic blast of gleeful rebellion that’s determined to keep the good times rolling”.

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“Right now, Haiku Hands might not be able to play the chaotic live shows that gave them an international reputation, but their self-titled debut is a much-needed burst of euphoric joy that’ll make you feel like you can take on the world.”

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