Soberland cuts straight to the chase with its gorgeously layered vocals, while Linda is a glorious slowburner that shows off the band’s versatility. Meanwhile, Tester is full of wit and cheek – two traits the band possess in spades. The album ends with the acoustic Ma Nuit, something of a curveball for the normally frenetic band. What makes Hinds instantly loveable is their pairing of infectious tunes with an unabashed honesty – a winning formula that will continue to see them conquer the world.
I Don’t Run is out April 6 via Pod/Inertia.
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