Song of the Day: Hinds – “The Club”

This is the opening track off I Don’t Run, the recently released sophomore album from Madrid, Spain indie rock band Hinds. I Don’t Run is a step forward from the band’s 2016 debut album Leave Me Alone, with this track probably being my favorite of the ten songs on the album. I’m feeling the guitar on this track, which vocalist/guitarist Carlotta Cosials suggests will become a signature song for the band. “This song comes out from the darkest side of the nights of Madrid,” Cosails told Consequence of Sound. “It came out in a moment of feeling you belong to nowhere and you’re trying to hold yourself to ANYTHING. We wanted it to be powerful, filthy and furious. Lead guitar brings you a little bit of melancholy in the choruses though. We love this song as the first track ’cause when we wrote it and first listened to it we couldn’t believe that we hadn’t written 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. So from now on, we feel it as it’s our presentation card.”

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