16 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Skittering rock air-punchers aimed squarely at the circle pit abound on this debut from U.K. quartet The Hunna. Thankfully, the playfulness hinted at by their creative stage names (frontman Ryan Potter uses the handle ‘Valentino’) helps undercut those full-throated hooks and slabs of emotion. “We Could Be” welds small town ambition to a rumbling central riff, “Bonfire” sounds suitably aflame, and “Never Enough” is a radio-ready guitar anthem with a gleefully dirty mind.

Explicit Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Skittering rock air-punchers aimed squarely at the circle pit abound on this debut from U.K. quartet The Hunna. Thankfully, the playfulness hinted at by their creative stage names (frontman Ryan Potter uses the handle ‘Valentino’) helps undercut those full-throated hooks and slabs of emotion. “We Could Be” welds small town ambition to a rumbling central riff, “Bonfire” sounds suitably aflame, and “Never Enough” is a radio-ready guitar anthem with a gleefully dirty mind.

Explicit Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

69 Ratings

69 Ratings

100

Chrisbnlfan

THIS WILL BE CONTENDER FOR ALBUM OF THE YEAR! Much like Catfish and the Bottlemen. Love it!

100

julztrem

This is huuuuuge!

ONE HUNNA 💯

Joshi J

Lads, I can already feel this album is gonna be lit 💯, you guys were dope live in Southampton, best small band at the moment, need to get big 1HUNNA 💯

About The Hunna

The Hunna are a four-piece indie rock band from Hertfordshire, England. Singer/guitarist Ryan Potter, lead guitarist Dan Dorney, bassist Jermaine Angin, and drummer Jack Metcalfe quickly built a local following before teaming up with producer Tim Larcombe (Lana Del Rey, Halsey) to record their debut single. "Bonfires" and its B-side, "She's Casual" were released in October 2015, coinciding with the Hunna's first supporting tour with Bristol-based band Coasts. They spent much of 2016 in the studio recording their debut album 100, which saw release later the same year. Following headline slots at the Festival Republic Stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals, the band prepared for the release of their sophomore record with the lead singles "Summer" and "Dare." The ten-track Dare was released in 2018. ~ Timothy Monger

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