Hinds share new track ‘The Club’; album ‘I Don’t Run’ out Friday, April 6

by the partae

Spanish quartet Hinds – Carlotta CosialsAna PerroteAde Martin and Amber Grimbergenhave shared new track ‘The Club’ (premiered by Radio 1’s Annie Mac as the  ‘Hottest Record In The World’) from the forthcoming album I Don’t Run, out Friday, April 6 on Pod via Inertia Music.

Album opener ‘The Club’ is drenched in bold guitar licks and a substantial rhythm section, the perfect showcase of a fuller, catchier, dirtier and more ambitious Hinds. The bands signature sound stands strong but this is version 2.0, and in the bands own words:

“When we wrote The Club and first listened to it we couldn’t believe that we hadn’t write it before and that we hadn’t been listening to it for years. A friend said that it is more Hinds than Hinds themselves hahah. That’s why we chose putting it as the track 1 of the album. From now on it’s our presentation card.

The new album shows a bigger, better, faster, funnier, more dexterous Hinds. Co-produced by the band and Gordon Raphael [The StrokesRegina Spektor], and mixed by Shawn Everett[Alabama ShakesPerfume GeniusThe War On Drugs], I Don’t Run is the product of a band fighting for their place, a band unwilling to rely upon their successes, a band who have just begun to prove themselves, and a band who plays hard but works even harder.

Hinds’ breakout debut album Leave Me Alone may have been an album of party anthems drenched in metaphors, but with I Don’t Run, it’s time to cut right to the chase. Some might expect them to write songs about being happy, young and carefree – “but we’re not satisfied with that,” explains guitarist and co-vocalist Ana Perrote. “On this album the struggles are clear. We want to be brave.” I Don’t Run is Hinds’ return with an honest reflection on a period that changed their lives beyond their wildest imaginations. Since 2014, the band has been on a globetrotting run. They’ve never professed to being error-free, and they’re all the more brazen for it having survived everything that’s been thrown at them: world tours, sold-out crowds, harsh criticism, sexism, and all that lies in-between. Hinds have become better musicians, tighter friends and tougher characters.

Hinds head to SXSW next week, followed by a co-headlining US tour with Albert Hammond Jr.




I Don’t Run by Hinds is out Friday, April 6 on Pod via Inertia Music
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