Hare Squead are continuing their stellar breakout year, as they are releasing a new set of visuals to tide fans over before their upcoming EP drops. The Irish R&B trio unveil the new visuals for their "Flowers" record, which sees the three guys tapping into their romantic sides.

The vocalist group, which consists of Lilo Blues, Tony Konstone, and Jessy Rose, show off their softer moods for the video, as they sing about doing their best to make the struggles of their relationships work. The colorful visuals are laced with some trippy filters, which displays the "Pure" singers working through their emotions as they reflect on their past mistakes and the love they have for their significant others.

Hare Squead have seen a ton of success over the past year, after they first gained prominent attention for their feature on GoldLink's At What Cost album. The Washington D.C. hitmaker took vocals from the group's "Herside Story" track for his own record of the same name on the project.

Earlier this month, the group also did backup vocals for GoldLink's BBC Radio 1 performance of Outkast's "Roses" live in the studio.

Take a look at the new visuals for Hare Squead's "Flowers" record below to see them get romantic.

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