Manchester all-female four-piece PINS have announced the release of their new album ‰Û÷Wild Nights‰۪ on 8th June and will release the first single from the album ‰Û÷Too Little Too Late‰۪ on 7‰ on 30th March.
With a slow motion video, which sees PINS, dressed exclusively by Saint Laurent, cut between visuals of screaming and swearing girls amidst overflowing glitter and powder, ‰Û÷Too Little Too Late‰۪ is the perfect taster of the bands new album. Premiered this week on Marc Riley‰۪s 6Music show, opening with a fearless drumbeat and heavy bassline, the track slows into a sparse momentary instrumental before reverting back to Faith‰۪s alluring vocal and finally stampeding heavily into a fuzzed up sound clash of guitars and drums.åÊ
PINS say; ‰ÛÏWriting the ‰Û÷Too Little Too Late‰۪ lyrics was very cathartic, they spewed out like hot lava from an angry volcano. It is a middle-finger-to-the-world kind of song and the video mirrors that notion. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!‰
The B-side to the 7‰ is a cover of The Misfits ‰Û÷Hybrid Moments‰۪, a track the band also perform live, which was recorded for Part Time Punks and mixed by Josiah Mazzaschi.
Recorded in Joshua Tree at Rancho De La Luna with Dave Catching (QOTSA, Eagles of Death Metal) and Hayden Scott, and mixed in New York with Ben Baptie at Atomic Sound NYC (Mark Ronson), PINS second album ‰Û÷Wild Nights‰۪ will be released through Bella Union