Alt-rock band The Hunna formed when frontman Ryan Potter and lead guitarist Dan Dorney met as teenagers at West Herts College, where drummer Jack Metcalfe had also been a student. The line-up was cemented with the addition of their friend Junate Angin on bass.
Since debuting in October 2015 with their debut singles Bonfire and She’s Casual, The Hunna have risen through the alt-rock ranks quickly. The Watford four-piece's guitar-driven anthems found no shortage of fans and sold-out shows, festival appearances and US tours alongside the likes of Jimmy Eat World and Night Riots quickly became de rigour.
The Hunna released their debut album 100 in August 2016, landing at No.13 on the UK album charts. Their second studio album Dare followed in July 2018. In August 2019, The Hunna made a main stage appearance at Reading & Leeds Festival. Later that year, they went to Los Angeles to record new material with John Feldmann (Fever 333, Blink 182, Biffy Clyro) and Dan Lancaster (Bring Me The Horizon).
The quartet’s third album I'd Rather Die Than Let You In is due for release on 2 October 2020 and contains the lead single Cover You, featuring Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker. To support it, The Hunna announced UK tour dates for April 2021.