Hinds

The Crocodile Presents:

Hinds

Goodbye Honolulu

Tue, May 22, 2018

8:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$16 Adv.

This event is all ages

Hinds
Hinds
Madrid-based garage rockers Hinds started as a duo of Carlotta
Cosials and Ana García Perrote. Shortly before releasing their first single “Demo” in 2014 the duo became a four piece, with close friend, ex guitar player and singer Ade Martín on bass and one of their first fans, Amber Grimbergen on drums. During the rest of the year and throughout 2015 they embarked on their first world tour, playing everywhere from Thailand, Vietnam and Australia to the United States to the worldwide festival circuit, including SXSW (in which they played 16 concerts in just 4 days), Glastonbury and Burgerama. They have received very positive reviews in Pitchfork, Pigeons and Planes, Gorilla vs. Bear, Paste, SPIN, Entertainment Weekly and NME.

Their debut album, Leave Me Alone, made its way into the world on Friday, January 8, 2016 via Mom + Pop Music.

Fresh off their release, Hinds is receiving praise for their work. “This great garage-rock crew from Madrid folds decades of naïf-rock history into its craftily shambling tunes,” said Rolling Stone. Pitchfork suggests its “[Carlotta] Cosials
and [Ana] Perrote’s shared vocal responsibilities, which fit perfectly together” that “truly set Hinds apart.” Entertainment Weekly calls Hinds "...the year's buzziest
indie breakout,” while SPIN asks “Whether seeing Hinds live, or listening to theirdebut album, Leave Me Alone, one question always comes to mind: Can I join?”
Goodbye Honolulu
Goodbye Honolulu
Toronto's Goodbye Honolulu, evoke a 90s slacker vibe mixing vintage garage rock n roll history with modern elements, it’s not exactly pop and it’s not exactly punk.
Goodbye Honolulu is best known for their live shows and in best form when every member is screaming their heads off with shout along choruses. Whether it’s Emmett’s fuzz-layered guitar, Jacob’s gnarly vocals, Fox’s Bowie-inspired vocal inflections or Max beating his drum kit to death, Goodbye Honolulu make their audience the VIP guests to their rock n roll party.
Highlights of Goodbye Honolulu’s ride so far include releasing their debut album Heavy Gold (2016) and their sophomore release No Honey (2017). They also run their own record label, the 100% local Toronto label Fried Records.
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/