The Madrid all-girl quartet impressed on their Glastonbury debut this summer following popular tracks like ‘Bamboo’ and ‘Trippy Gum’. While technically not a new band, with Ana Perrote and Carlotta Cosials forming ‘Deers’ in 2011. The band had to change their name to Hinds at the end of 2014 after threat of legal action from a similarly named band.

Hinds first made an appearance on the British indie scene when supporting the likes of The Libertines, The Vaccines and The Flaming Lips on UK tours. With their debut album scheduled for release in January 2016, it could be a big year for the Spaniards.