Wielding a unique vocal chemistry and a desire for experimentation, Hare Squead is Ireland’s favorite hip-hop duo. Today, Lilo Blues and Tony Konstone share the video for “Minor Gangsters (Gully)” with their highly anticipated Superweird EP, the culmination of over a year’s worth of creative momentum. Each song they release exudes a unique creative aura, making this project my favorite listen for any occasion.
Buy/Stream Superweird EP: https://indiepop.ffm.to/superweird
Watch the new video for “Minor Gangsters (Gully)”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqTDgLZCQOc
Though they’re unbound by the traditional confines of hip-hop, with a sound that oscillates wildly depending on the mood and subject matter, each track on Superweird is purpose-built to deliver off-kilter, positive vibes. Channeling their wildest impulses into an inventive 7-tracker, Hare Squead’s new project provides a new home previous singles like the boom-bap kiss-off “Minor Gangsters (Gully),” recently performed on COLORS, the electronic-influenced lust letter “Baeboo,” and the introspective “Meeting With Myself.” The EP complements those acclaimed tracks with new highlights like the bubbly “Like I’m Barack” and the bass-heavy “Trenches.”
About Superweird EP Hare Squead said, “We like to let the music do the talking. We went to the studio and made tracks. We hope people like them.”
Along with the EP, Hare Squead ventures to Iceland’s alien landscape for “Minor Gangsters (Gully),” a new music video. A head-nodding track produced by PayDay (Octavian, Ugly God) named after a chance encounter with a racist UK politician, “Minor Gangsters” finds the duo perfecting their tough talk, firing shots at haters and bigots across the spectrum.