Music Video of the Day: Hinds “Easy” (2016)

Hinds get a little darker with the music video for their popular tune “Easy” – a stellar cut from their debut album Leave Me Alone. The Spanish group, who have become favourite with Australian music fans, hooked up with director John Strong for this clip, to bring the shattering, wrecking ball-effects of a relationship coming to an end, to screen.

Self-destruction and abuse take centre focus, with each member of the band struggling through until the moment where they’re able to reach the light at the end of the tunnel.

“‘Easy’ is the worst moment in the universe during a relationship, ’cause you love him but he doesn’t care anymore. And being in his bed with him is giving him nightmares. And you are the hangover in his mornings and the homework during the day and the pain in his arse. So when you reach that point, you can’t help but self-destruct.”

Check it out below.



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