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About The Hunna

The Hunna are a indie rock band from Watford, Hertforshire, UK. It’s members consist of:
Singer/guitarist: Ryan Potter
Lead guitarist: Dan Dorney
Bassist: Jermaine Angin
Drummer: Jack Metcalfe

The band reveal the origin of the name of the band is based on slang. In an interview with “Concrete Online”:

We’ve got a big hip-hop influence, and ‘1Hunna’ means one hundred. It means give a hundred percent of what you do and be true to yourself, which is how we live and what we do with our music. We always used to say ‘1Hunna’ to each other and then one day we put ‘The’ in front of it and…The Hunna was born!

Speaking about their musical influences, the band reveals quite a mix of different artists:

There’s so many, we listen to so many different artists. Michael Jackson definitely, the four of us love MJ. Kanye West, Drake, Kings Of Leon, Deftones, Wiz Khalifa, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, old school bands like Thin Lizzy, Led Zeppelin, Motley Crue. We love a bit of Motley Crue! There’s so many. We all have different taste as well so we’re constantly introducing new artists to each other and it just keeps growing.

With a fanbase referred to as ‘The Hunna Squad’, the band is very active on social media and takes fan interaction very seriously, giving the fans a feeling of intimacy and importance that’s hard to find elsewhere. In an interview with The National Student the band talk about ‘The Hunna Squad’ and how important their fans are to them:
Ryan said:

Without [The Hunna Squad] we wouldn’t be in this situation. We wouldn’t be able to go to Europe, we wouldn’t be selling out shows here. It’s amazing hearing people sing our songs back that we’ve worked on – and those songs mean a lot to us because they’re about real stuff that we’ve been through. So, they’re everything. Without them we wouldn’t be here.It’s so nice meeting them as well.

When asked by the Glasgowist if is it easy to maintain a relationship with the fans, Ryan said:

I think all of our shows, it really seems like it’s something special. It feels like in that room everyone is kind of one person, it’s like everyone’s just there and everyone has the exactly the same vibe. There’s no bad attitudes or anything in there. There’s no badness to it. Everyone’s just really positive, and just losing themselves in the music, and having such a good time. People are leaving and telling us that it was the best show that they’ve ever been to, which is so important to us.
It’s a really special thing. Every show, afterwards we go out and make sure we see the fans, and talk to them and stuff, and that goes a long way.

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