Hertfordshire based band The Hunna released their debut album, 100, last August which debuted at number 3 in the UK indie chart. Inspired by bands such as Kings of Leon and Foals, their sound is a blend of alternative and punk-pop that creates a distinctly fresh sound. Singing with amount of huge passion, lead singer Ryan Potter reminds us that alternative rock is not dead, it is very much alive and kicking.
Their new single, Never Enough, is incredibly catchy and well crafted, it gives the impression they would raise the roof when playing live. The video features model Polly Ellen screaming the lyrics in slow motion that does real justice to the the raw emotion in this song.
Never Enough – The Hunna
The Hunna are gathering huge momentum, with a strong following starting to form and the band receiving more airplay and attention, it’s not hard to predict big things for them. Having recently toured with the likes of Jimmy Eat World they are quite clearly a band on the up.
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