Hailing from Hertfordshire, The Hunna was formed in 2015, comprising of Ryan Potter, Daniel Dorney, Junate Angin and Jack Metcalfe. Citing the likes of The Kings of Leon, Queen, and an extensive catalogue of hip-hop artists among their influences, The Hunna’s sound is refreshingly different.
Think catchy pop tunes embroidered with rock riffs and rap and you’re halfway there. Songs such as Summer, We Could Be, and Bonfire are effortless crowd-pleasers, shot through with the taut angst that acts as their musical signature.
Describing themselves as a ‘turn up lit rock squad’, The Hunna are social-media-savvy, preferring to garner themselves a solid fanbase through the likes of Facebook and YouTube, rather than waste time in the back of a Transit touring the pubs and clubs. With millions streaming their hits on Spotify and searing live shows, their desire to become “the biggest band in the world” doesn’t seem beyond their reach.