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spaghetti western tinged guitar pop gets a makeover in Manchester quartet PINS’ latest release ‘Molly’. Due for release as part of forthcoming album ‘Wild Nights’ on 8th June, ‘Molly’ is an effortlessly cool four minutes of brawny beats, hazy harmonies and a lingering guitar line that will stick in you head for hours to come. Breaking into an angsty instrumental two minutes in then flowing straight back in to the addictive refrain “Wild nights with Molly, She’s got a hold on me”…a line to give hint to what that track will do to your listening habits. With famous fans including Crocodiles, Warpaint and The Fall and tracks like this in their ammunition, PINS are doing nothing short of blowing our socks off.

We caught up with PINS at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, come watch our interview here.

‘Molly’ is taken from ‘Wild Nights’ out June 8th.