The Hunna are being introduced to the world with their new album “100”, and they’re currently making one hell of a first impression. The band from Hertfordshire, England can find themselves somewhere between You Me at Six and Twin Atlantic stylistically. They’ve got big, sweeping melodies to go along with fierce stadium ready guitar sounds.
The Hunna sound like a mix between You Me at Six and Twin Atlantic in more than one way. Sonically with those guitars qualifies, but so do the drums all over the record and vocalist Ryan Potter sings like some kind of hybrid between Josh Franceschi (You Me at Six) and Sam McTrusty (Twin Atlantic). That said, the record they made with “100” is still pretty exceptional. There are some huge anthems here that will keep any fan of arena rock in the modern setting happy. “We Could Be”, “You & Me”, “Alive”, “Never Enough”, and “World is Our” are the top tracks in a record filled with really good ones.
There’s going to be some cynicism towards this band because they might sound a touch too similar to some of their influences, but it’s not really that big of a deal when you listen through the album. “100” is good enough to stand on its own and the same can be said for The Hunna.