Music

"Easy" - Hinds [YouTube Official Music Video]

Paulina Praphanchith

by Paulina Praphanchith

Published May 18, 2016

CREDITS

 

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Director - John Strong
Producer - Kourtney Gleason
Production Manager - Justin Kappenstein
Production Sales Manager - Daniel Kent
1st AD - Gil Marsden

Director of Photography - Albert Salas
1st AC - Danna Rogers
2nd AC - Jake Stanier
Key Grip - Matt Toledo
Best Boy Grip - Nick Reed
Gaffer - Sean Talbott
Best Boy Electric - Alex Ojeda
Swing - Tyler Andrews

SPFX Makeup - Brooke Barker
SPFX Makeup Assistant - Tom Perez
Hair/ Makeup - Leanne Mucci
Stylist - Stacey Kalchman
Stylist Assistant - Camry Passey

Truck PA - Robert Beadle
Set PA - Matt Ero
Set PA - John Poindexter
Set PA - Saoli Nash

VFX/ Compositing - Tim Hendrix (vimeo.com/timhendrix)
Color - Bryan Smaller (Company 3)

Commissioner - Stephen Richards (Lucky Number) & Julia Willinger (Mom+Pop)
Production Company - Forever Pictures & Doomsday Entertainment
Executive Producers - Danielle Hinde and Jason Colon (Doomsday Entertainment) & Sasha Nixon (Forever Pictures)
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Spanish garage-rockers Hinds have released an eerie music video for their song "Easy," which is a track off their 2016 album, Leave Me Alone. Watch above.

Lines like, "I've got no tears to share / And I sold every feeling you gave me / Now I'm all on my own," truly capture the feeling of heartache. In the music video's description from YouTube, the band explained the meaning behind the song:

"Easy" is the worst moment in the universe during a relationship cause you love him but he doesn't anymore. And being in 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. There is just nothing you can do, it's too late to take it easy.

The music video appropriately pairs with the track with repulsive footage of each group member's face continuously becoming sloppier by the second. Cried-off makeup, sharpie defacement, and overflowing vomit make this video disgusting but worthwhile.

Leave Me Alone is now available on Amazon. You can also stream the album for free and read our review right here on Zumic.

For Hinds' latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.

Source: Hinds Official VEVO

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