The Hunna

The Hunna



The Hunna are an English rock band from Hertfordshire in England formed in 2015. The band members are singer/guitarist Ryan Potter, lead guitarist Dan Dorney, bassist Jermaine Angin and drummer Jack Metcalfe.[1] The band takes inspiration from a wide range of sources, including bands like Kings Of Leon, Foals and Queen.[2]



We Could Be
We Could Be is an album by musical group The Hunna, released on January 1, 2016.
Still Got Blood
Still Got Blood is a song by musical group The Hunna, released on May 20, 2016.
We Could Be
We Could Be is a song by musical group The Hunna, released on January 1, 2016.
Bonfire is an album by musical group The Hunna, released on October 12, 2015.

Photos - The Hunna58

Popular Albums3

Popular Songs4


Spotify - Albums & Singles5


Spotify - Top Tracks10


Upcoming Concerts2

News Articles6

All the pictures from the final day of Reading Festival 2017
  –  August 28, 2017
The Hunna, who played the final set of the night on the Festival Republic Stage, drew thousands of young fans when they appeared on the BBC Introducing Stage for an early afternoon surprise set. While in the Alternative Stage Sean Walsh and Katherine Ryan ...
Festivalgoers heap praise on to Victorious as Saturday line-up offers ‘something for everyone’
  –  August 26, 2017
THERE has been nothing but praise for today’s acts at Victorious Festival – with Feeder, The Hunna and local artist Jerry Williams among the favourites. Lucy Glasper, 22 from Middlesborough came down to the Southsea fixture with her boyfriend Paul ...
All roads lead to Leeds Festival in the summer season finale at Bramham Park
  –  August 25, 2017
Neck Deep, Gnarwolves and Breaking Benjamin are in action on the The Pit/The Lock Up stage; The Hunna, Tom Grennan and Ash on the Festival Republic Stage; Bugsy Malone, Dave and Mostack on the BBC Radio 1Xtra Stage. Kasabian: Saturday headliners Leicester ...
BBC Amplify announces new sponsors including PRS for Music
  –  August 24, 2017
Amplify will feature more than 250 industry speakers including The Libertines, Blossoms, The Courteeners, Hurts, Frank Carter, Becky Hill, Bugzy Malone, Creeper, The Hunna, Ray BLK, Annie Mac, Jo Whiley, Steve Lamacq, Annie Nightingale, Huw Stephens ...
The Hunna: We've finally got our moment
  –  July 4, 2017
It's been a phenomenal year for the boys from Watford, since the release of their debut album, 100. The Hunna were the first UK rock band to be signed to US indie label 300 Entertainment, after music bosses watched them at a gig in London. Since then they ...
The Hunna
  –  July 3, 2017
The Hunna - Ryan Potter, Dan Dorney, Jermaine Angin and Jack Metcalfe - spoke to backstage at Community Festival in London's Finsbury Park on July 1st 2017. Check out the full uncut interview below. Brand new Finsbury Park music festival ...

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