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Hinds Announce Winter Tour

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After releasing their highly anticipated album, I Don’t Run, in April, and ahead of appearing at this year’s Reading & Leeds Festival this weekend, Hinds have announced an Autumn 2018 UK and European tour. 

With 17 shows in the UK this will be the band’s longest and largest UK tour to-date, and it will include a special one day Hinds’ curated mini-festival at London’s 1,500 capacity Hackney Arts Centre on Saturday December 1. 

I Don’t Run was released on April 6 via Lucky Number and showcased a bigger, better, faster, funnier, more dexterous Hinds. Co-produced by Hinds and Gordon Raphael (The Strokes, Regina Spektor), and engineered by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, The War On Drugs, John Legend), it is the product of a band fighting for their place, a band unwilling to rely upon their successes, a band who have just begun to prove themselves, and a band who plays hard but works even harder.

Tour dates

24/08    Leeds, UK            Leeds Festival

26/08    Reading, UK            Reading Festival

12/11  Portsmouth, UK                    Wedgewood Rooms

13/11  Manchester, UK                    Manchester Academy

14/11  Cardiff, UK                            The Tramshed

16/11   Liverpool, UK        Arts Club

17/11    Birmingham, UK        The Mill

19/11    Oxford, UK            The Bullingdon Arms

20/11    Cambridge, UK        The Junction

21/11    Southampton, UK        Engine Rooms

23/11    Tunbridge Wells, UK        The Forum

24/11    Leicester, UK            Dryden Street Social

25/11    Nottingham, UK        Rescue Rooms

27/11    Hull, UK            Fruit

28/11    Edinburgh, UK        The Caves

29/11    Leeds, UK            The Church

01/12    London, UK            Hackney Arts Centre

03/12    Sheffield, UK            The Leadmill

04/12    Newcastle, UK        Riverside





Lemon Twigs, Deerhoof, & Cass McCombs' fundraiser Album

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Cover Your Ass Vol. 1 will feature covers recorded by Speedy Ortiz, Hinds, Cass McCombs Band, Porches, TEEN, Palehound, The Lemon Twigs, Deerhoof, Cut Worms, Daddy Issues, (Sandy) Alex G, The Quilz, and Luke Temple. This first volume of The Cover Your Ass series is a tribute to the dedication shown by countless doctors and nurses who make real measurable differences in millions of people’s lives. As such, Lionfish Music has pledged to donate 100% of profits from this album to Planned Parenthood in these times of uncertainty.

Cover Your Ass Vol. 1 will officially release on Friday May 26 via Lionfish Music, serving as the first installment of charitable compilation cover albums. With excitement towards the release the Lionfish Music team explains, “The generosity of the bands and everyone who is working to help spread the word about this album has truly been a heartwarming and uplifting experience. There's still a lot of good in this world."

The goal of this series is simply to make a difference for a cause that we feel very strongly about: women's basic rights to reproductive freedom and affordable health care for those who need it. We need to start covering our own asses now. We need to organize and mobilize. It’s time to make a positive impact. Music is one of the most universal means of using one’s voice to embody beliefs, and it’s time for us all to speak up.

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Cover Your Ass Vol.1 is set to release on May 26th but the album is available for pre-order on iTunes now.


01. Deerhoof – "Fight the Power" (Public Enemy cover)

02. Hinds – "When It Comes To You" (Dead Ghosts cover)

03. Cut Worms – "Truly Julie's Blues" (Bob Lind cover)

04. The Lemon Twigs – "White Flag" (Dido cover)

05. Daddy Issues – "Boys of Summer" (Don Henley cover)

06. Speedy Ortiz – "Young Liars" (TV on the Radio cover)

07. Palehound – "Miss Independent" (Kelly Clarkson cover)

08. The Quilz – "Girl U Want" (DEVO cover)

09. Cass McCombs Band – "Yes We Can Can" (Pointer Sisters cover)

10. Porches – "Morpha Too" (Big Star cover)

11. (Sandy) Alex G – "Druglord Landlord" (Cold Foamers cover)

12. TEEN – "Boys Keep Swinging" (David Bowie cover)

13. Luke Temple – "Duchess" (Scott Walker cover) 

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