The Dublin duo Hare Squead head to Berlin for their debut performance on COLORS and announce their Superweird EP arriving on March 20th.
Leading a creative wave in their hometown of Dublin, Ireland, hip-hop duo Hare Squead specialize in eccentric and infectiously melodic rap jams. Minor Gangsters (Gully) claps back at racist UK politician Rory Stewart, who called them “minor gangsters” during an interview. The song flips the phrase and gives it a new power, as the duo proves there’s nothing “minor” about the way they handle their business.
Set to feature on their forthcoming EP Superweird dropping next week (20th March), the 7-track EP will also have guest appearances from Jay Prince and Peter Xan.
Watch Hare Squead’s performance of Minor Gangsters (Gully) above.