Hinds Debut Album ‘Leave Me Alone’ Is Streaming Right Now On NPR

Spanish DIY garage band Hinds have seen some monumental success over the past year. Seemingly exploding onto the international festival and tour circuit in early 2015, the four ladies wasted no time in playing their raucous live set to just about anyone who would listen, and now they’re about to do it all again with the release of their debut album. Titled Leave Me Alone, this is the album they’ve all dreamed of making, and whilst it is out later this week, the folks at NPR have nabbed themselves an advance stream for you to wrap your ears around right now!

Having already announced a European tour for the first part of 2016, it seems this year will be even more jam-packed than its predecessor. 2015 saw them play at Primavera Sound and Glastonbury (the first Spanish band to do so), as well as kicking so many goals the likes of NME and Spotify have tipped them as acts worth keeping an eye on for the new year. With an insane work ethic and a perpetually optimistic and cheerful yet take-no-bullshit outlook on the music industry and the world as a whole, it really is only a matter of time before Hinds really do take over the world. We can’t wait until that happens!

Leave Me Alone is out January 8 via Pod/Inertia. You can stream it on NPR here and listen to Bamboo below!