Hinds share bopping new track “San Diego” — listen

Madrid lo-fi rockers share another cut from their Leave Me Alone debut


    Photo​ ​by​ Aaron Serrano

    Hinds have spent the last year tickling fancies all over with their irresistible brand of DIY garage rock, earning them CoSigns to live accolades. On January 8th, the Madrid quartet will bring even more joy to listeners when they finally release their debut LP, Leave Me Alone, via Mom + Pop/Lucky Numbers. So far, we’ve heard swinging lead single “Chili Town” and the girls’ more downbeat side on “Garden”. Now, they’re blending the two moods on their latest track “San Diego”.

    Premiered on SiriusXM over the weekend, “San Diego” is bopping slice of surfing lo-fi highlighted by a snappy drum kit from Ade Martín and the playful harmonies of Carlotta Cosials and Ana García Perrote, the former of whom can’t contain a giggle escaping during one chorus. Though there’s plenty of familiar pleasantness in the cut, it once again lets listeners know Hinds isn’t all rainbows and sunshine. “We all have bad days,” the band said of the track. “We mean bad nights. One day a friend told us, ‘I don’t wanna fall asleep because I know what’s the dream about.’ This song is about staying awake. Just staying awake.” Take a listen below.


    Leave Me Alone Tracklist:
    01. Garden
    02. Fat Calmed Kiddos
    03. Warts
    04. Easy
    05. Castigadas En El Granero
    06. Solar Gap
    07. Chili Town
    08. Bamboo
    09. San Diego
    10. And I Will Send Your Flowers Back
    11. I’ll Be Your Man
    12. Walking Home

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