Melting Vinyl Presents:Pins
The Green Door Store, Brighton.
Melting Vinyl is very pleased to announce a new rescheduled date for this show.
Please be assured that all tickets remain valid for the new date and all other details remain the same. Please join or visit the Facebook event page for updates and more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/260132735119084
This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Pins return to Brighton with their new album 'Hot Slick' after a sold out show in Feb. This time they are taking on October and the perfect setting of The Green Door Store.
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Since the release of Girls Like Us in 2013, female trio PINS has exuded strength in their danceable alternative post-punk transmissions and earned the trust, endorsement, and creative blessings of rock royalty such as Iggy Pop, with whom they collaborated on 2017's The Bad Thing EP. 2015's Wild Nights earned widespread critical acclaim including an Album of the Week nod from Stereogum and profiles in Harper's Bazaar, Interview Magazine, The Guardian, DAZED, and i-D. In recent years, PINS toured on both sides of the pond alongside everyone from Sleater-Kinney and Warpaint to Best Coast and The Subways. The band recently wrapped a UK tour and will announce more tour dates soon.
Their third album 'Hot Slick'will be available digitally, on CD and standard black vinyl as well as limited edition orange vinyl available exclusively via the band's webstore and indie retailers. Pre-order here: Bandcamp: https://wearepins.bandcamp.com/album/hot-slick Cargo website: https://cargorecordsdirect.co.uk/products/pins-hot-slick
'"A raucously delicious and danceable anthem for bad girls, female empowerment, and unity, along with an infectious chorus that is impossible to not spell along with." - Billboard on "Bad Girls Forever"
"Totally danceable" - FLOOD on "Ponytail"
"It combines disco smoothness and crunchy textures with a frantic hook." - Stereogum on "Hot Slick"