Hinds playing the Bristol Trinity (Jessica Bartolini for Live4ever)
Hinds have offered up a brand new single after the release of their second LP I Don’t Run in April.
British Mind has been described by the band as ‘an epilogue for I Don’t Run’ rather than turning attention to a third studio record. “British Mind is a song that has been born, fed, recorded, mixed, and mastered during this summer in between festivals,” they say.
“The title and its phrase comes from an idea that has been chasing me every time the sun is used as a metaphor of happiness in so so many songs made by English people. The sun is “that something” you have to look for, to wait for, to trust that it’ll come back someday, and will take care of you again. So, as Spaniards, a sunny day for us is simply a must. We just count on it. It’s gonna happen. For sure. Actually, the song was written on hot, sunny days.”
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