Originally published on Radsound.

Climbing up the ranks in the ever overflowing alt. rock scene come London four piece The Hunna.

Having locked themselves away perfecting their sound and emerged in merely October last year, with only 4 tracks to their name so far, the band have effortlessly announced a mammoth UK/EU and US stretching tour, sold out 3 London dates and been turning heads of all those whose ears their music graces, and rightly so. With soaring guitars and thundering bass and drums backing the uniquely distinct vocals of frontman Ryan Potter, the outfit comprise a sound driven by passion and freneticism of their youthful state.

Whilst debut single ‘Bonfire’ was the storming full blast rocker that launched the quartet onto the scene,  ‘She’s Casual’ showcases a lighter tone of their songwriting that grows into a guitar heavy monster of desolate desperation in love, and latest single ,’We Could Be’ – alongside B sides ‘Be Young’ and ‘World Is Ours’ – toe the line between the two, with audible influences from stadium heavyweights of the likes of Foals and 30 Seconds To Mars to the shimmering indie types of those such as Eliza and The Bear and label mates Coasts, who the band supported on their last UK tour.

With their sound swiftly crusading through the world, The Hunna are more than ones to keep an eye on and catch live during the course of the year.

The band will play:

March 2nd – London, Boston Music Rooms (SOLD OUT)
March 3rd – London, Boston Music Rooms (SOLD OUT)
March 4th – London, Boston Music Rooms (SOLD OUT)
March 5th – Paris, Le Pop Up Du Label, FR
March 6th – Amsterdam, Sugar Factory, NL
March 8th – Cologne, Blue Shell, DE
March 10th – Hamburg, Turmzimmer, DE
March 11th – Berlin, Auster Club, DE
March 13th – Brussels, AB Club, BE
March 23rd – Bristol, Louisiana, UK
March 24th – St Albans, The Horn, UK
March 25th – Southampton, Joiners, UK
March 26th – Sheffield, Leadmill, UK
March 27th – Nottingham, The Bodega, UK
March 29th – Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge, UK
March 30th – Newcastle, Think Tank, UK
March 31st – Glasgow, The Garage (Attic Bar), UK

April 1st  –  Leeds, Brudenell Games Room, UK
April 2nd – Manchester, Sound Control, UK 
April 3rd – Liverpool, Studio 2, UK 
April 4th – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach, UK

June 1st  –  London, Electric Ballroom, UK
June 15th – New York, Mercury Lounge, USA

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