This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s.
With support from - High Tyde
Fresh out of the blocks, this UK four-piece are becoming indie rock’s brightest light. Since their launch in October 2015,The Hunna’s rise has been nothing short of spectacular. Off the back of their debut single Bonfire, the band had soon sold out 3 nights at London’s Boston Music Rooms. By the band’s second single, We Could Be, The Hunna’s music was making waves in the iTunes and Spotify charts on a global scale.
While The Hunna are essentially a straight up, highoctane rock band, their guitardriven sound has a pounding, futuristic edge to it. Having worked with producers such as Tim Larcombe and Duncan Mills, The Hunna have carved out a string of huge songs that already boast over 1.75 million Spotify streams, 5 million video views and have been backed by the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens.
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Though built at the turn of the 1900's, the building has been modernized to
allow wheelchair access via front of house (please note there is no backstage
disabled access). Due to Health and Safety Assessments, we regret the number
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