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Leave Me Alone
Released: 20th June 2020
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Hinds debut album promises to be a classic. A mere 2 years after first picking up guitars, the previously-named Deers gained two more members, changed their name and now the Madrid 4-piece have waxed a tune-filled debut to be proud of. Leave Me Alone is beautifully rough-around-the-edges, with fuzzy, crackling guitars framing ensemble vocals that leap out of the speakers. There's some real classic songwriting through out, with a Pastels-y touch of barbed naivety and delightfully slurred vocals. While proceedings are definitely loose you definitely get the feeling Carlotta Cosials and Ana Perrote had fun writing the songs... the band have a lovingly off-kilter sound, half-way between a pick up band and drunk friends but it's the marriage between great melodies and slacker delivery which makes this a winner.