Listen To Harry Hains’ Cover Of Nancy Sinatra’s ‘Bang Bang’, Released Posthumously

We have another posthumous release from Harry Hains under his artist name ANTIBOY. It’s a cover of Nancy Sinatra’s ‘Bang Bang’ but through a queer lense.

The original song tells the story of woman in a toxic relationship with a male friend. Harry Hains switches the characters up so they’re both male, while the cover keeps that classic vibe of the song. The glitchy and fluctuating production paired with the smooth vocals takes it to another level though.

You can listen to the ‘Bang Bang’ cover below.

Harry Hains’ family released ‘Good Enough’ back in June. It followed up his 2018 single ‘Devil’.

We’re set to receive a full EP under the late Australian actor and musician’s artist alias ANTIBOY. A Glitch In Paradise is due out later this year.

On the ANTIBOY name, Hains said, “ANTIBOY represents the idea that most things that we are taught to believe in are an illusion. The idea of gender, sexuality and race are social constructs.

“ANTIBOY is this place of true equality. The surface doesn’t really matter anymore. It’s really who we are…that’s what matters – the amalgamation of our memories and experiences. We are one human consciousness.”

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