Hinds certainly are a four-piece garage area pop band located in Madrid, Spain. Originally created like a duo by performers and guitarists Carlotta Cosials and Ana García Perrote in 2011, both friends released a set of lo-fi demos on the Bandcamp page beneath the name Deers. Released in the summertime of 2014, those two loud, melodic pop music, “Bamboo” and “Trippy Gum,” captured the eye of many U.K. magazines like NME as well as the Guardian. Within weeks, Deers had extended to some quartet with addition of bassist Ade Martín and drummer Amber Grimbergen. Another single launch, Barn, adopted in November of this year, and, Deers were compelled to improve their name because of a legal risk by another music group already deploying it. Under their brand-new moniker, Hinds, they continuing to broaden their touring range all over Europe as well as the U.K., launching a split one with fellow Spaniards the Parrots in Apr 2015 and showing up on the compilation from garage-centric U.S. label Burger Information. Their debut record, Leave Me By itself, found its way to January 2016 on United kingdom label Lucky Amount Music.