After the surprise success of last year’s top 15 UK album, 100, The Hunna are set to hit the road again in early 2018.
Hertfordshire heartthrobs The Hunna, have announced their largest scale UK tour to date, including a show at Birmingham’s O2 Academy on January 11th. For a relatively fresh band — the boys only started out in 2015 — they’ve continually moved from strength to strength, with this latest series of shows coming straight off the back of four sold-out tours.
The Hunna released their first record, 100, last August, which charted at #13 on the UK Official Album Chart, and received plaudits from a bevvy of tastemakers: Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, and Huw Stephens to name but a few. Turning into somewhat of a cult hit, the album has since racked up over 60 million Spotify streams and 10 million video views, turning the band from home county strummers to nationally renowned rockers overnight.
Tickets for the Birmingham show will be available for purchase from this link on Wednesday 18th October. Full UK tour dates below.
8 – O2 Academy Newcastle
9 – O2 Academy Glasgow
10 – O2 Apollo Manchester
11 – O2 Academy Birmingham
12 – O2 Academy Brixton
13 – O2 Academy Brixton
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