Formed in 2015, The Hunna is an English band consisting of Ryan Potter, Dan Dorney, Jermaine Angin and Jack Metcalfe. Their rise to global success was meteoric: their 2016 debut album ‘100’ immediately went gold and entered the UK Top 20. The subsequent album ‘Dare’, released in 2018, climbed even higher, allowing the band to build an excellent reputation in the international rock scene. Live, they are one of the strongest bands on the circuit, with a very devoted fanbase capable of turning every gig into an unmissable event.
During the pandemic, Hunna rediscovered a back-to-basics approach: locked in their home studio, they excluded all outside voices and dug into their original rock influences of the 90s and 00s, taking their writing and composing back to the roots of their terribly anthemic rock, and thus realising their most ambitious album, ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You In’. After changing record labels, signing with the French super-independent Believe Music, Hunna focused more and more on music: their fourth album, self-titled, is imbued with the repressed emotions that lingered during their long period of isolation. Produced by the legendary Gil Norton, it is an album that sits comfortably alongside some of the classic records he has worked on, from The Pixies’ ‘Doolittle’ to Foo Fighters’ ‘The Colour And The Shape’ and Jimmy Eat World’s ‘Futures’.