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The Hunna unveil intimate UK tour details ahead of new album

The Hunna are hitting the road later this year with their second album Dare, due out this May.

The Hunna have unveiled details of an intimate UK tour later this year.
The Hunna have unveiled details of an intimate UK tour later this year.

With the Hertfordshire band only just finishing a UK tour earlier this week, The Hunna have already revealed when they’ll be back. They unveiled details of their follow-up to 2016’s 100, last month with Dare set for release on May 25th.

The fiery indie anthems that lit up the festival circuit and venues over the last two years has gained them plenty of fans across the continent. Sticking to the formula that’s working so well for them, they debuted the title track of their forthcoming album ‘Dare’, showing there’s no second-album jitters that many artists have fell victim to in the past.

At the turn of the new year they followed it up with the thrilling ‘Flickin’ Your Hair’ and as they head down under to tour Australia, they’ve revealed it won’t be long before the band are back on stage across the UK.

Celebrating the release of Dare, they’ll be playing in venues around the country, including a stop at the Olympia on May 28th.

With ‘Dare’ and ‘Flickin’ Your Hair’ fitting nicely alongside the likes of ‘Bonfire’, ‘Piece By Piece’ and more from 100, the second effort from The Hunna is an album to be excited for in what’s already set to be an exciting year for new music.

If you fancy a road trip out of Liverpool, the full list of dates for The Hunna’s tour later this year is as follows;

May 25th – O2 Academy, Birmingham

May 26th – O2 ABC, Glasgow

May 27th – Plug, Sheffield

May 28th – Olympia, Liverpool

May 29th – Albert Hall, Manchester

May 30th – Koko, London

May 31st – SWX, Bristol

There’s an exclusive pre-sale tomorrow (Friday 19th) at 7am for those who sign up to the band’s mailing list, with the general sale starting on Monday 22nd.

Dare, the second album by The Hunna is due out on May 25th.

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