The Hunna announce debut album details & major UK headline tour‏

Establishing themselves as one of hottest emerging artists on the planet, The Hunna have revealed news of their debut album, ‘100’, due for release this August via High Time Records / 300 Entertainment. The Hertfordshire four-piece have also announced plans for an album tour, their biggest UK tour to date, including a massive London headline show at the Kentish Town Forum.

Since bursting out the blocks in October 2015, with their debut single ‘Bonfire/She’s Casual’, The Hunna’s rise has been phenomenal. With a collection of guitar-driven anthems, The Hunna quickly made a name for themselves by selling out three nights at London’s Boston Music Rooms in March, having previously never headlined a show. This was quickly followed by a sold out EU/UK Spring tour.

Latest singles ‘We Could Be’ and ‘You & Me’ have picked up support from all angles, making waves in not just the UK iTunes / Spotify Viral charts, but globally as well. As a result, The Hunna have seen continued support from BBC R1, earning a spot on the daytime R1 playlist as well as being named ‘Band of the Week’.

Due to demand, The Hunna added a second UK tour for this May/June and will look forward to sold out shows across the nation, including a massive night at Camden’s Electric Ballroom. The Hunna will also visit North America this summer and have a sold out night at New York’s Mercury Lounge awaiting them.

At the end of the summer, The Hunna will play the Festival Republic Stage at Reading & Leeds, the same weekend the band’s debut album will be released.

The pre-order of ‘100’ goes live Friday 20th May, along with the album tour pre-sale tickets. General sale for the album tour is live on Monday 23rd May.

Sept 22nd – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
Sept 23rd – Brighton – The Haunt
Sept 24th – Gloucester – Underground Festival
Sept 25th – Cardiff – The Globe
Sept 26th – Bristol – Thekla
Sept 27th – Portsmouth – Wedgewood Rooms
Sept 28th – Liverpool – Arts Club
Sept 30th – Leeds – Wardrobe
Oct 1st – Newcastle – Academy 2
Oct 2nd – Glasgow – The Garage
Oct 3rd – Manchester – Academy 2
Oct 4th – Birmingham – Institute 2/Library
Oct 5th – London – The Forum

May 21st – The Great Escape – Brighton
May 23rd – Stoke – The Sugarmill
May 24th – Hull – Adelphi
May 25th – Newcastle – Think Tank (SOLD OUT)
May 26th – Glasgow – King Tut’s (SOLD OUT)
May 27th – Manchester – Dot To Dot Festival
May 28th – Bristol – Dot To Dot Festival
May 29th – Nottingham – Dot To Dot Festival
May 30th – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
May 31st – Birmingham – Hare & Hounds (SOLD OUT)
June 1st – London – Electric Ballroom (SOLD OUT)
June 2nd – Oxford – The Bullingdon
June 3rd – Bath – Moles
June 4th – Southampton – Joiners (SOLD OUT)
June 5th – Plymouth – The Underground
June 6th – Brighton – Patterns
June 8th – Norwich – Waterfront Studio
June 9th – Leicester – The Cookie (SOLD OUT)
August 26th – 28th – Reading & Leeds Festival

June 12th – Great Scott – Boston, MA
June 14th – DC9 – Washington, DC
June 15th – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY (SOLD OUT)
June 16th – The Rivoli (NXNE)- Toronto, ON
June 19th – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN
June 21st – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO
June 23rd – Popscene @ Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA
June 25th – Barboza – Seattle, WA
June 26th – Lola’s @ Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
June 28th – Bootleg Theater (Bar Stage) – Los Angeles, CA

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