LA Indie/Post Punk Rockers HUNNY Reveal New Track ‘Parking Lot’ here
On Tour With The Neighbourhood & Bad Suns
Debut EP ‘PAIN/ACHE/LOVING’ out Friday 9th Oct on B3SCI Records
Full tour dates with The Neighbourhood and Bad Suns below.
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Oct 05, House of Blues- Boston, MA
Oct 06, Electric Factory- Philadelphia, PA
Oct 08, Metropolis- Saint Constant, Canada
Oct 09, Danforth Music Hall- Toronto, Canada
Oct 12, Stage AE- Pittsburgh, PA
Oct 13, The Fillmore- Detroit, MI
Oct 15, Aragon Ballroom- Chicago Heights, IL
Oct 16, First Avenue- Minneapolis, MN
Oct 17, Garrick Center at The Malborough- Winnipeg, Canada
Oct 20, Commodore Ballroom- Vancouver, Canada
Oct 21, Showbox SODO- Seattle, WA
Oct 23, Crystal Ballroom- Portland, OR
Oct 24, Fox Theater- Oakland, CA
Oct 27, House Of Blues- San Diego, CA
Oct 28, House of Blues – San Diego, CA
Oct 29, The Shrine- Los Angeles, CA
Oct 30, Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas- Las Vegas, NV
HUNNY Stream New Track ‘Parking Lot’
LA indie/post-punk rockers HUNNY have shared the new single “Parking Lot”. The track is off of their upcoming debut EP PAIN/ACHE/LOVING, which lands on October the 9th via B3SCI.
The Southern California six piece made a name for themselves this year releasing their first single “Cry for Me” which was met with universal acclaim gaining more than 800,000 plays since it’s premiere and charting the Top “Most Popular Tracks” on Hype Machine.
HUNNY began as a solo effort from front man/lead guitarist Jason Yarger who brought the music to his long time collaborators Jake Goldstein on guitar and bassist Gregory Horne who helped cultivated the early sounds of the band. The project went on to include third guitarist Jacob Munk, keyboardist Kevin Grimmett and drummer Joey Anderson who rounded out the outfit and established the unique blend of pop & 80’s post punk.
Their debut EP “Pain/Ache/Loving” was done with producer Eric Palmquist (Bad Suns, Trash Talk) where the band channels a wide array of influences, blending post-punk tendencies with their love for classic artists like Prince and The Cure. The result is a lovelorn themed EP that paints a colourful picture of heartbreak and frustration through angst driven anthems.
HUNNY are on tour throughout October supporting The Neighbourhood and Bad Suns starting in Albuquerque, NM and wrapping up at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas!