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Last week, Spanish band Hinds announced their sophomore album, I Don't Run.
Hinds may hail from Madrid, Spain, but they sing in English. These four ladies make garage rock-slash-lo fi music with influences and comparisons ranging from The Velvet Underground, to The Vaccines, to Mac DeMarco.
They received praise for their early singles from both major music publications and established musicians. Their debut album, Leave Me Alone, was released in early 2016.
The announced the follow-up towards the end of last week and released the first single from the album. I Don't Run is scheduled for release on April 6.
Also recently announced:
Amen Dunes - Freedom (March 30)
August Greene - August Greene (March 9)
Barbagallo - Danse dans les ailleurs (March 2)
Brazilian Girls - Let’s Make Love (April 13)
Camp Cope - How to Socialise & Make Friends (March 2)
Cashmere Cat, Major Lazer, & Tory Lanez – “Miss You” (out now)
Charlotte Day Wilson - Stone Woman (February 23)
Cocteau Twins - Head Over Heels Reissue (March 16)
Cocteau Twins - Treasure Reissue (March 16)
David Bowie - Heroes Vinyl Reissue (February 23)
David Bowie - Lodger Vinyl Reissue (February 23)
David Bowie - Low Vinyl Reissue (February 23)
The Decemberists - I’ll Be Your Girl (March 16)
DJ Koze - Knock Knock (May 4)
Editors - Violence (March 9)
Everything Is Recorded - Everything Is Recorded by Richard Russell (February 16)
Field Report - Summertime Songs (March 23)
Hop Along - Bark Your Head Off, Dog (April 6)
Lucius - Nudes (March 2)
MGMT - Little Dark Age (February 9)
Mount Eerie - Now Only (March 16)
of Montreal - White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood (March 9)
Preoccupations - New Material (March 23)
The Sea and Cake - Any Day (May 11)
Tracey Thorn - Record (March 2)
The Voidz - Virtue (March 30)
Wye Oak - The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs (April 6)
Yo La Tengo - There’s a Riot Going On (March 16)
Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar (March 9)
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