The Hunna return with their self-titled fourth studio album, The Hunna, a statement of intent as the band scale new heights.
A potent blend of anger and savage dark humor, lead single "Trash" kicks things off by giving the music industry both barrels, taking pot-shots at the execs who told them "TikTok, TikTok or else you get dropped" and "Just don't be yourself, 'cos that's wack” in the Beastie Boys-esque verses, before the punk rock chorus screams: "All they want is fucking money, money, money / They don't care if hands get bloody, bloody, bloody."
Showcasing contrasting sides of the acclaimed rock band, "Fugazi" is a post-lockdown anthem where the seductive grungy rhythm, reminiscent of the song's namesake, is met by an explosive chorus bursting with punk rock energy. Vocalist and guitarist Ryan Potter explains, "'Fugazi' is about being locked up and held down for too long until you say, 'Screw it! For one night, we're just going to go balls to the wall, have the best time ever and not care about the repercussions.'"
"Untouched Hearts" meanwhile is an intensely emotional rock ballad which deals with the personal losses Potter has faced over the years. Regarding the song. the band say "'Untouched Hearts' is a soul-baring reflection on past traumas with a new found sense of hope for the future. This song was the one that when we were writing it, it stapled what the sound of this record would be and the path the band are taking."
The band is touring the new album which seethes with colossal riffs, irresistible melodies, and memorable lyrics. The Hunna was produced by Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World) and is set to solidify the band’s meteoric rise to rock stardom.