The Hunna have today (October 28th) released their brand new self-titled album via Believe, available to listen/purchase here. Marking the release they have revealed the video for single ‘Fugazi’, which features a cameo from The Hills star Justin Bobby who the band namecheck in the song as frontman Ryan sings, Oooh, I feel like Justin Bobby, Riding out on my Harley, She’s super bad like Miley, I’m done with the Fugazi.”

Justin Bobby channels his classic bad boy persona in the video for the explosive grunge anthem. He rides his Harley through the LA desert while the Hertfordshire rock band perform, before they all run riot in bars and trash motel rooms in true rock ‘n’ roll style.

Regarding the single Ryan says, “‘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.”

The new album has been produced by the legendary Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World) and seethes with colossal riffs, irresistible melodies and memorable lyrics as demonstrated in the further singles ‘Trash’‘Apologies’ and ‘Untouched Hearts’.

The Hunna’s rise to global success has been meteoric: formed in 2015, their 2016 debut album, 100, went gold and shot into the UK Top 20. The 2018 follow-up, Dare, climbed even higher, as The Hunna built a golden reputation for crafting instant rock anthems and the new album is set to solidify this status.

Live, The Hunna have always been one of the most exciting bands on the circuit, with an insanely devoted fanbase guaranteed to turn every gig and festival appearance into an unmissable event. This has been found on the band’s current sold out UK headline tour, where they are playing the album in full to a rabid reaction from fans alongside a set of huge hits spanning their gold-certified back catalogue.

The band are also playing a number of intimate acoustic shows in November, with tickets selling quickly and prompting new additional shows to be added. The Hunna will also be touring Europe next year on a co-headline run with You Me At Six throughout February and March. The Hunna’s full tour dates can be found below:

29th – La Belle Angele, Edinburgh **SOLD OUT**
30th – Arts Club, Liverpool **SOLD OUT**

2nd – Engine Rooms, Southampton **SOLD OUT**
3rd – Concorde 2, Brighton **SOLD OUT**
4th – Electric Ballroom, London **SOLD OUT**
5th – The Mill, Birmingham **SOLD OUT**

8th – Rough Trade, Bristol
9th – The Cavern Club, Liverpool
10th – Pryzm, Kingston
12th – Rough Trade East, London
13th – Rough Trade, Nottingham **SOLD OUT**
13th – Rough Trade, Nottingham **ADDITIONAL MATINEE SHOW ADDED**
14th – Key Club, Leeds
15th – Wax and Beans, Bury **SOLD OUT**
15th – Wax and Beans, Bury **ADDITIONAL MATINEE SHOW ADDED**

21st – Trabendo, Paris
22nd – Trix, Antwerp
23rd – Melkweg, Amsterdam
25th – Essigfabrik, Cologne
27th – Skaters Place, Munster
28th – Markthalle, Hamburg

1st – Backstage Werk, Munich
3rd – Wuk, Vienna
4th – Proxima, Warsaw
6th – Roxy, Prague
7th – Huxleys, Berlin

The Hunna is available now digitally and in an array of physical formats including vinyl / CD / cassette available here, as well as special fan bundles and exclusive signed merchandise via


  1. The Storm
  2. Trash
  3. Fugazi
  4. Find A Way Out (Back To You)
  5. Circles
  6. Other Side
  7. Take A Ride (Lights, Camera, Action)
  8. Sold My Soul
  9. Sick
  10. You Can’t Sit With Us
  11. Apologies
  12. Untouched Hearts
  13. The Calm