Hinds to perform in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 18:00 12 March 2018

Hinds. Picture: Alberto Van Stokkum

Hinds. Picture: Alberto Van Stokkum

Alberto Van Stokkum

A Spanish rock quartet will perform in Bristol to celebrate the release of their second album.

Hinds will play at The Fleece in St Thomas Street on April 18.

The Madrid-based band will launch their new album I Don’t Run on April 6 and the Bristol date is part of a European tour to showcase some of the material.

The new album boasts a bigger and faster sound than the group’s 2014 debut Leave Me Alone.

Some big names in the music industry have helped the band put the album together behind the scenes, including co-producer Gordon Raphael who has worked with The Strokes and Regina Spektor, and sound engineer Shawn Everett who has previously supported John Legend and The War On Drugs.

Hinds will perform at The Fleece at 7.30pm on April 18.

Tickets, which are priced £14.50, are available to purchase online.

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