Hinds Make Caffeinated Comeback with "Coffee"

It's the Spanish rock band's first new single in four years

Photo: Dario Vasquez

BY Megan LaPierrePublished Feb 28, 2024

With vocalists/guitarists Carlotta Cosials and Ana Perrote holding it down after the rhythm section exited the Madrid-based band last year, Hinds have returned with their first new single in four years.

Produced by Pete Robertson (the Vaccines, beabadoobee) and mixed by Caesar Edmunds (the Killers, Wet Leg), "Coffee" follows the group's third studio album, 2020's The Prettiest Curse. The jolt of sassy garage pop arrives via Lucky Number Music, Hinds' new label home.

“'Coffee' is a sincericide, screaming the nasty truth as loud as you can with no shame," the duo explained in a statement. "It’s about admitting to all the things you’re not supposed to like or doing all the things you’re not meant to do. It’s a lot of fun when you can be fully honest and shut that little voice in your head that tells you what you should or shouldn’t do.”

Watch the band's self-directed "Coffee" video below.


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