Looks like the Spanish band are readying album two
Spanish garage-rock group Hinds are teasing something – suggesting their return may be imminent.
The band – comprised of Carlotta Cosials (vocals, guitar), Ana Perrote (vocals, guitar), Ade Martin (bass, backing vocals) and Amber Grimbergen (drums) – formed in 2011 under the name Deers, before releasing their debut album ‘Leave Me Alone’ on Lucky Number Music back in 2016.
Now, the four-piece have taken to social media to tease album two, with a series of videos and images captioned ‘New For You’. In addition, they’ve shared some snippets of themselves in the studio – check out the clips below.
NME dubbed Hinds’ ‘Leave Me Alone’ “vital shot of garage rock from the tight-knit Spanish quartet” in our review of the album.
Speaking to NME back in 2015, singer Cosials told us, “We want to play the music that we enjoy listening to. When we try to write a sad song we always have it going well for a bit, but then someone will come into the room and we’ll all start jumping around until it turns into a happy song. We can’t help it!”
They also shared their experiences of sexism in the music industry, following controversial comments on the matter Apple Music boss Jimmy Iovine.