Hertfordshire based four piece The Hunna bring the fire to Liverpool in September later this year, Getintothis‘ Charlotte Lynch tells all.
Their hit single Bonfires is an incredible anthem for a band who have been compared to the likes of their Welsh contemporaries Catfish and the Bottlemen. But The Hunna deserve such comparisons, even this early on in their career.
Now embarking on their most extensive UK headline tour yet, the quartet look to take their development to the next stage and build up a fanbase with live shows in the style of bands they have so far been favorably compared to. They visit Liverpool’s Arts Club this autumn in support of their upcoming full-length debut.
The catchy yet edgy, aggressive indie pop-rock is enticing and, whilst it’s a genre that’s often over populated, The Hunna do it very well.
Their first album, 100, is set for release in the summer and, if the few tracks they’ve previewed so far are anything to go by, it’s gonna be a big one. With the album already available for pre-order now The Hunna are generating considerable buzz and feel like they’re going to be the next big thing.
The Hunna play the Arts Club on Wednesday, September 28, doors 7pm.
UK tour dates below:
September 22: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
September 25: Globe, Cardiff
September 26: Thekla, Bristol
September 27: Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
September 28: Arts Club, Liverpool
September 30: Wardrobe, Leeds
October 1: O2 Academy, Newcastle
October 2: Garage, Glasgow
October 3: Academy 2, Manchester
October 5: O2 Forum, London