Since their inception, Madrid’s Hinds have been conquering the world – they’ve been playing across global stages like Coachella and collecting raving reviews for their records Leave Me Alone and I Don’t Run. Today, the gals return with a new single and video “Riding Solo” where they capture the loneliness that comes with being a creative nomad. Hit play:
“feeling lonely is one of the most common human feelings, right?” Hinds ask. “well, being a musician doesn’t really help. your whole life is constantly moving and the only thing that remains is yourself. and dealing with yourself, oh gosh, we all know how boring and angering that can be. ‘riding solo’ is about this. about us. perpetually on the move, being everywhere and nowhere at the same time. surrounded by strangers most time of the day, being 9 hours time difference from our people and what we call home, living and dying por y para la música.”
“Riding Solo” is out now via Mom + Pop.
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