HUNCK Announce Debut EP – Listen To New Track

HUNCK
DEBUT ‘HUNCK EP’ OUT – 29 JANUARY 2016

HEAR NEW TRACK ‘NEVER HEAD A DREAM’

“Slow, sad guitars recall the more touching moments of Mazzy Star, and its difficult not to be drawn in by the yearning lyrics.” NME


“Like a group of stoned teenagers gliding by in the back of trucks speeding across motorways, there’s a gleaming gloss to this early offering. Sleepy and very much content with its slumber, this is one to drift off to.” DIY


Hunck have found a way to mix George Harrison, Tame Impala and Elephant Stone… a languishing tune with a guitar part that has written earworm all over it.” HERE COMES THE FLOOD


“It’s easy-listening at its finest and you’ll be hitting the repeat button without realising as it blasts through your headphones. If they continue with their twist on the dream-pop sound that everyone is going crazy for, everyone will know Hunck this time next year.” NEVER ENOUGH NOTES

“Chugging along in a surf-rock funk, it warps and buckles the old format, delivering a punch that’s hard to define. A bit of a banger really.” SHINY SHINY NEW 

London based band HUNCK have announced the release of their debut EP on 29 January 2016. Comprised of 4 live favourites the band have been performing this year, the self-titled EP also features new track ‘Never Had a Dream’.


According to Hunck, “the song is a tribute to the moon, it’s about growing old and living with certain painful memories.”


LISTEN TO NEVER HAD A DREAM: 


Hunk have confirmed a couple of dates next year, with more to be announced soon.


29th January – Doghouse, Halifax, UK
3rd February – Waiting Room, London, UK


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