After releasing their second album I Don’t Run back in April to rapturous reviews, Hinds have toured across the globe and played at some of the best festivals in the summer calendar, sharing their inimitable live show with exuberant audiences.  The Madrid 4-piece have now shared a brand new single titled “British Mind”, aptly named as they set their sights on a 17 date UK tour which will be the band’s longest and largest to-date,  including a very special one day curated mini-festival titled Party Planet at London’s EartH (Hackney Arts Centre) on Saturday 1st December,  the perfect round-off to the band’s colossal year.

A video for British Mind sees the band making the most of roadside, gas station limbo and in true Hinds traditon it fizzes with energy and a damn good time.  The band themselves explain the track’s creation; “‘British Mind’ is a song that has been born, fed, recorded, mixed, and mastered during this summer in between festivals. The title and its phrase comes from an idea that has been chasing me every time the sun is used as a metaphor of happiness in so so many songs made by English people. The sun is “that something” you have to look for, to wait for, to trust that it’ll come back someday, and will take care of you again.”

Hinds 2018 UK Tour Dates:


Fri 16 – Arts Club – Liverpool
Sat 17  – The Mill – Birmingham
Mon 19 – The Bullingdon Arms – Oxford
Tue 20 – The Junction – Cambridge
Wed21 – Engine Rooms – Southampton
Fri 23 – The Forum – Tunbridge Wells
Sat 24 – Dryden Street Social – Leicester
Sun 25 – Rescue Rooms – Nottingham
Tue 27 – Fruit – Hull
Wed 28 – The Caves – Edinburgh
Thu 29 – The Church – Leeds

Sat 1 – EartH / Hackney Arts Centre – London
Mon 3 – The Leadmill – Sheffield
Tue 4 – Riverside – Newcastle

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