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The Hunna unveil video for new track ‘Still Got Blood’‏

London four-piece The Hunna have unveiled the video to their brand new track ‘Still Got Blood’, which gives viewers candid access into the band’s rollercoaster rise since their inception in October last year.

With huge international interest building fast in The Hunna, US industry bible Billboard premiered the track last week, ahead of their sold-out show at New York’s Mercury Lounge next month.

‘Still Got Blood’ is a glorious indie anthem about the group’s struggle to balance their personal relationships with the relentless demands of being in a band on a rocket-ship trajectory to the top. The video includes footage of the band on the road, in the studio and meeting their fans. You can watch it HERE.

Lead singer Ryan Potter told Billboard, “It’s real from personal experiences. It’s tough… There is always gonna be band stuff. It’s about our first experiences of being part of this world and how it can change perceptions and realising and dealing with that. It’s raw and powerful, but still fits into our sound with big guitars, pounding drums and anthemic vocals”

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 UK and European 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 Radio 1, 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 landmark 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.

Establishing themselves as one of hottest emerging artists on the planet, The Hunna’s debut album, ‘100’, is due for release in August via High Time Records (UK) / 300 Entertainment (North America) / Warner (Europe). The Hertfordshire quartet will play the Festival Republic Stage at Reading & Leeds, the same weekend the band’s debut album will be released.

They then head out on an album tour, their biggest UK stint to date, including a massive London headline show at the Kentish Town Forum.

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)

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

August 26th – 28th – Reading & Leeds Festival

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

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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