The Hunna Debut New Music Video, “Flickin’ Your Hair”

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Following the release of their hugely successful debut album last year, The Hunna have established themselves as one of the UK’s most in-demand bands. Returning with new music, The Hunna unveil the anthemic single ‘Flickin Your Hair’, taken from their forthcoming release, “DARE” available via 300 Entertainment.

Having experienced a rapid rise that saw the band land at #13 in the album charts only ten months into their career, The Hunna have achieved a massive amount in the year that has proceeded. From selling-out two back-to-back album tours that included London’s Kentish Town Forum and Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the band also headlined memorable nights nationwide at venues such as Glasgow’s Barrowlands, Manchester’s Academy 1 and Nottingham’s Rock City. The Hunna’s last show of the year was at Camden’s Roundhouse before a pioneering moment topping the Festival Republic Stages billings at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival. The Hunna also returned to North America in 2017 to support youthhood heroes Jimmy Eat World as well as co-headlining a tour for radio station Sirus XM.

“Flickin Your Hair” follows the nostalgic “Summer,” and infectious “Dare” and is third installment from their forthcoming release, “Dare” due May 25 via 300 Entertainment. The song is a reminder of the alarmingly contagious energy the Watford four-piece possesses having previously been referred to as ‘Rock’s Next Big Thing’ by Kerrang Magazine.

With previous singles such as ‘Bonfire’ and ‘You & Me’ helping to earn over 45 million streams across The Hunna’s Spotify catalogue, the band have been championed by BBC Radio 1 with ‘Never Enough’ reaching B-list and gaining `support from the likes of Huw Stephens, Clara Amfo and Greg James.

Kicking off 2018 with a sold out show at London’s 02 Academy, The Hunna’s reputation as one the best live bands on the UK scene is sure to be solidified Stateside by their upcoming tour with COASTS this Spring.

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