Mon, Oct
29

Hinds: I Don’t Run Japan Tour

7:00pm – 9:00pm
¥5,800 (advance sales)

A Spanish indie rock band from Madrid, Hinds are are bringing their I Don’t Run tour to Japan. With two albums under their belts and singles like Split 7, Holograma and Caribbean Moon the band have a unqiue sound and name influences like The Vaccines, The Strokes and Ty Segall. Originally called the Deer, they renamed themselves Hinds (meaning female deer) and toured the world, with Japan dates selling out, so be quick this time round!

The doors will open at 6pm and the gig starts at 7pm – aside from the ticket price, there is a drink purchase requirement from the venue.

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