Hirakish Epitomizes Post-Punk in Double Single Visual "In The Club - Caught Up"

Directed by frequent collaborator Andre Bato.

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Returning from his recent collaborative “Applaud” effort with Yves Tumor and Napolian, post-genre upstart Hirakish has returned with a brand new double visual for two of his You Know My Stielo mixtape highlights.

Incorporating “In The Club” and “Caught Up,” the Andre Bato-directed visual sees the punk-tinged artist performing the first of the tracks in a futuristic industrial space filled with mirrors and overhead lights, with the latter part seeing Hirakish singing out the latter track while riding in an old school vehicle. As can be expected, Hirakish doesn’t shy away from his punk tendencies, rocking a full leather outfit, outlandishly cool hairstyles, as well as commanding a die-cast microphone straight out of the ‘70s.

You can watch the video for “In The Club – Caught Up (Hidden Track)” above.

For more related news, Steve Lacy just dropped a visual for “Playground.”

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