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The Moshville Times

The Hunna announce biggest UK show to date

Following four back-to-back sold out UK tours, The Hunna today reveal their biggest UK show to date at the O2 Academy Brixton on 13th January 2018.

With much critical acclaim since their launch in 2015, the band have sold 40,000 tickets in the UK, sold-out shows in London, New York, Los Angeles and Paris, and received countless BBC Radio 1, Spotify and Apple Music playlist additions. Ahead of their huge upcoming Brixton show, the band will also be playing Community festival in Finsbury Park on 1 July, and headlining the notorious Festival Republic Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival in August.

With backing from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, The Hunna released their debut album 100 in August 2016, which charted at #13 in the UK Official Album Chart off the back of first catchy singles “Bonfire” and “We Could Be”. The album has since racked up over 35 million Spotify streams and 5 million video views, whilst the band boast incredible social media stats of 260,000 Facebook likes.

Tickets for the O2 Academy Brixton show will go on sale at 10am on 3 July and will be priced at £21. Fans can sign up to The Hunna’s newsletter to have exclusive access to the fan presale which go on sale on 30 June.

The Hunna can’t wait to get back on stage in the capital. Front man Ryan Potter says:

We have had such a great 2016 and 2017. Selling out shows across the country and getting our debut album, 100, into the top 15 was an incredible achievement and we can’t thank the fans enough for helping us get to this stage. Being able to step up to the awesome Brixton Academy is next-level, and we guarantee that the fans that come down are in for a huge treat, as well as a few cool surprises!

Tickets and more information for the O2 Academy Brixton show are available at www.musicglue.com/thehunna

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