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General News / March 20, 2020

Hare Squead release bouncy and upbeat ‘Superweird’ EP.

General News / March 20, 2020

Hare Squead release bouncy and upbeat ‘Superweird’ EP.

The Dublin Duo have finally dropped a follow up to their ‘Supernormal’ EP from four years ago.

After a hot streak of ear-worm singles, one of Ireland’s most exciting pairs have hit the sweet spot yet again.

Following an energetic performance on Berlin’s ‘Colors’ platform, Hare Squead have dropped their hotly anticipated new EP ‘Superweird’. Lílo Blues and Tony Konstone aka Hare Squead have amped up the work rate in recent months, signposting the evolution of their sound.

The duo most notably shared ‘Minor Gangsters (Gully)’, ‘Baebo’ and ‘Meeting With Myself’ that has a verse from Jay Prince. All of which feature on the new RnB-tinged project.

Filled to the brim with head-nodding records and bouncy, animated synths it stays true to their core values, reiterated on ‘Minor Gangsters’ – “We ain’t no fucking gangstas, we just like making fun shit”.

Listen to the new project below: