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September 2019
Reading & Leeds

Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage

It's all fun for Reading 2018.
Published: 4:56 pm, August 27, 2018Words: Steven Loftin. Photos: Corinne Cumming.

The sound at festivals can often go awry. For Hinds, and their billing on the Festival Republic Stage, something doesn’t quite translate. The heart of their songs is all there, but indeterminable from the brash onslaught of their attitude-laden jams. 

It doesn’t stop anyone having a good time, though. And this is the most important takeaway. From the eager crowd to the joyous looks upon Hinds' faces - sound issues aside, it’s a veritable feast of what festivals are all about - forgetting about any outside world troubles, and just getting lost in a moment. 

Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage
Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage
Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage
Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage
Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage
Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage
Hinds have a joyous time on Reading's Festival Republic Stage

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