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The Moshville Times

The Hunna announce new single “We Could Be”

RossThe Hunna - We Could BeFollowing their explosive debut single “Bonfire”, The Hunna kick off what looks set to be a massive 2016 for the band, with the release of a stunning single entitled “We Could Be”, out now via High Time Records.

The Hunna’s rise has been nothing short of spectacular. Since launching in October, the Hertfordshire four-piece have amassed an army of followers, seen the videos for both “Bonfire” and its B-side “She’s So Casual” reach over a million views each, already sold-out three forthcoming dates at London’s Boston Music Rooms and surged into both the iTunes and Spotify charts.

And now with “We Could Be”, which has clocked up over 384,000 views in five days, they deliver on that early promise with not just an anthemic A-side, but two B-sides of undisputed power.

While the Hunna are a straight-up, guitar-heavy indie-rock band, the production on “We Could Be” takes their sound to new levels with futuristic, crunching tones. Produced by Duncan Mills and mixed by Adam Noble, title track ‘We Could Be’ is a high-octane “fuck you” to any doubters – and the industry insiders who decided not to take a chance on them.

The B-sides, “Be Young” and “World Is Ours Tonight”, both produced by Tim Larcombe, are songs that reflect on The Hunna’s youthful, wide-eyed and optimistic way of life, an attitude that the band’s fast-growing fanbase is responding to with fervent devotion.

The Hunna’s journey is only just beginning, but on this evidence the band will have outgrown their ‘ones to watch’ status in just a few months, and are destined to explode across the musical landscape of 2016 as one of the most exciting new bands on planet earth.

1 – We Could Be

2 – Be Young
3 – World Is Ours

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  • Wednesday 2nd March
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