Watch Hinds’ New Video for ‘Burn’

Spanish indie rock group Hinds have shared a new video for single ‘Burn’, taken from their latest studio album, The Prettiest Curse. Directed by Mariano Schoendorff, the visual was filmed remotely as the Spanish capital was slowly starting to ease out of lockdown. Check it out below.

“‘Burn’ is about inner strength, overcoming what’s ugly, making it yours and owning it,” the band said of the track in a statement. “This song is the rage you feel after you fall or when you fight against something that feels out of your hands. this song is about cleaning yourself of old habits, of vice and trauma before you stand up and keep fighting again. This song is about making your skin thicker so it doesn’t break that much. Cause as musicians, we work with our feelings. and that’s why it hurts so much to have to learn how to feel without a heart.”

The Prettiest Curse, the band’s third studio album, was released back in June. Read our four-star review here.

 

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