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Fresh from their biggest tour to date, which included multiple sold-out nights at London's 02 Academy Brixton and Manchester's 02 Academy Apollo, The Hunna have now announced a series of intimate show across the UK to celebrate the launch of their forthcoming album 'Dare', out 25th May. Tickets for the album tour, which include shows at London's Koko, Liverpool's Olympia and Manchester's Albert Hall, go on sale Friday 19th January.
Following critical acclaim since their launch in 2015, the band have sold 70,000+ tickets in the UK, sold-out shows in London, New York, Los Angeles and Paris, and received countless BBC Radio 1, Spotify and Apple Music playlist additions. Following a successful summer of festivals which included a stunning performance at London’s Community Festival and headlining the notorious Festival Republic Stage at Reading and Leeds Festival in August, the band have also released new music from the forthcoming album, including singles ‘Summer’, 'Flickin' Your Hair' and 'Dare', all to rave reviews.
With backing from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, The Hunna released their debut album ‘100’ in August 2016, which charted at #13 in the UK Official Album Chart only 10 months into their careers. The album has since racked up over 75 million Spotify streams and 10 million video views, whilst the band boast an incredible social media following of 310,000 Facebook likes.
As well as a night at London's legendary KOKO and Manchester's Albert Hall, The Hunna will visit also visit O2 Academy Birmingham, Plug Sheffield, SWX Bristol, Olympia Liverpool and 02 ABC in Glasgow during their week 1 album tour of the UK in May 2018. With only 10,000 tickets available, this tour is set to sell in flash as The Hunna continue to establish themselves as one of the UK's most exciting artists.