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Launched in October 2015, The Hunna is an indie-rock band based in Hertfordshire, England. The four members of the team – vocalist and guitarist Ryan Potter, lead guitarist Dan Dorney, drummer Jack Metcalfe and bassist Jermaine Angin – shared the same passion for music, so they quickly build a group to materialise their dream. Even though the band is new, it already has thousands of fans all over the globe.

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A glorious beginning

The fresh four-piece band is already shining in the spotlights! The Hunna is definitely one of the hottest rising artists of our times, its indie vibes being highly appreciated by the public and critics. Their debut single, “Bonfires” quickly made waves on Spotify and iTunes, launching the band on astounding heights. Since the group worked with producers such as Tim Larcombe (co-writer on Lana del Rey’s platinum selling album “Born to Die”) and Duncan Mills for their first album, the success was guaranteed. They already have three sold-outs London shows, and they’ve got their first supporting tour with “Coasts”. Television presenter and radio DJ, Zane Lowe, spoke highly of these four boys who just started their journey of conquering the rock stage; the title of “rockstars” seems to be at a stone’s throw. It’s safe to say that the guitar-heavy indie-rock band has made a glorious entrance.

Future rockstars

The Hunna gave the world a taste of their sound with “Bonfire”, while their second stunning single, “We Could Be”, wowed the fans completely, reaching over 380.000 views in only five days! The feel-good jams of their first High Times Records album, “100”, somehow resembling with the Radiohead and The Strokes sound, are fantastic. With the album yet to be released, they continue launching passionate singles; “Be Young” and “You&Me” speak for themselves! “The Hunna” is only at its beginning, but the band has already created a fan base and a pounding, promising name that will make such a stir!

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