Earlier this year, Hinds released their debut album entitled Leave Me Alone. Since then, the eternally cool Spanish Señoritas have been touring the UK, US, Europe, Asia and Australia and delivering their signature, no-holds-barred live show at festivals internationally.
Today, Hinds keep the party going and announce a deluxe version of their debut LP. Featuring b-sides and rarities, ‘Leave Me Alone’ Deluxe offers a unique and never-before-seen peek into the world of Hinds with cell phone demos. These demos – which were never meant to be heard by anyone but Hinds – give fans an exclusive look into the band’s song-writing process.
To celebrate the announcement of the deluxe album, today Hinds are also sharing a brand new animated video for their breakthrough single ‘Bamboo’, directed by Laurina Paperina:
Hinds, who are preparing for their biggest live shows to date, including a show at Kentish Town Forum in London have a message for y’all:
“Hi! we are Ade, Amber, Ana and Carlotta and this is HINDS.
“Our first ever album is called leave me alone but this is the deluxe edition. So you can listen to songs you might not know we had and demos recorded with a cellphone.
“About the demos, first of all, they are not demos but we couldn’t find the correct way to call them. They NEVER were thought to be shown to the world. While we are writing we record ourselves with our cellphones so we can listen to it again on the bus or wherever and we think new ideas and how to make the song better.
“All of the ‘demos’ we’ve chosen happened when the song was just born, so we are making up English (?) words, or hardly reading the notebook while trying to remember the chords and the structure.
“But mysteriously, even thou all this shit, we love them. ’cause they take us exactly to the moment we wrote them. Like a time machine. And we seriously hope this magic happens to you too and brings you to drink sangria at 1am sitting on a carpet with us.”
26th – Manchester, Academy 2
27th – Glasgow, Saint Luke’s
29th – Dublin, Academy
1st – Bristol, Trinity
2nd – London, The Forum