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The Hunna

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No one ever said international rock stardom was easy, but The Hunna have often made it look that way. Their rise to global success has been meteoric: formed in 2015, their 2016 debut album, ‘100’, went gold and shot into the UK Top 20. The 2018 follow-up, ‘Dare’, climbed even higher, as The Hunna built a golden reputation for crafting instant rock anthems. Live, they’ve always been one of the most exciting bands on the circuit, with an insanely devoted fanbase guaranteed to turn every gig and festival appearance into an unmissable event. But, while things might have looked simple from the outside, behind the scenes they were often anything but. Having dealt with some well-documented issues with the management and record label behind their first two records, the Covid-19 lockdown tested them like nothing else – until a back-to-basics approach helped The Hunna deliver their greatest and most ambitious album yet. When the pandemic engulfed the planet in March 2020, Ryan Potter (vocals/guitar), Dan Dorney (guitar) and Jack Metcalfe (drums) already had their excellent third album, ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You In’, pretty much in the can. But it wasn’t actually released until October, when the live music blackout hit the band’s supreme ability to connect with their fans. “We had our biggest ever tour planned,” sighs Ryan. “We were going to Asia for the first time, it was going to be a huge campaign – and then we had to release the album from our bedrooms and not do any of that!”

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