It’s less than one month until Spanish band Hinds release their long-awaited debut album, Leave Me Alone. Gearing up for that and a coinciding world tour (not long after their most recent world tour), the four Hinds ladies are doing a great job at keeping anticipation levels extremely high with the release of an “unofficial” film clip for their track, San Diego.
Starting off with a disclaimer that the clip is technically “unofficial”, and was shot, edited and directed by the band themselves, the upbeat track gets an equally raucous video to go along with it. The band have been touring extensively for the best part of 2015, so this clip provides a brief insight into the total insanity that must ensue on the road.
From brushing teeth, signing autographs, playing shows, pile ons, beers, dancing, laughing and more, this clip does nothing if not make our desire to be their friends even stronger. What seems to be just one big good time all the time, the four girls are lighthearted, carefree and just plain fun in this video. Touring around the world for months on end certainly isn’t for everyone, but if you could guarantee that this is how much fun you would have, I’m sure a lot of people would change their minds.
Hinds’ debut album Leave Me Alone is out January 8 via Pod/Inertia. Check out a video of them discussing sexism in the music industry here.