Sunday, August 14, 2016

Album Review: 100 By The Hunna

When an Indie Rock band from England that already has 100k followers on Facebook get ready to drop their debut album in the States you best be ready to listen up.

After just releasing a handful of singles in 2015 The Hunna has already garnered attention sporting over a million listens on Spotify alone.  Not only have they been selling out their shows in the UK they also sold out their first show in NYC.  All of this before their first album.

The Hunna are a four piece from Hertfordshire England.  They consist of singer/guitarist Ryan Potter, Dan Dorney on lead guitar, bassist Jermaine Angin, and Jack Metcalfe on drums.  With only a year behind them as a band they are releasing their first full length album 100 on 300 Entertainment this August.

Their brand of Indie Rock has an emotional connect that many of their contemporaries does not.  Sometimes bordering on pop and sometimes bordering on pure rock the band delivers a 16 track roller coaster that is strong from start to finish.  I dare you not to have the windows down singing along by the end. They are a deeper 1975.  Their rise makes perfect sense.

They make you think, they make you move, they make you feel.  Everything good music should make you do.  Pick up 100 by The Hunna on August 26th at their store or listen on Spotify.

See you when the needle drops!


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