US 4-piece HUNNY announce European/UK tour with Cavetown for early 2020

The debut album ‘Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.’ is out now digitally on Epitaph Records, check the video for
‘Lula, I’m Not Mad’ – HERE

Release date for physical album is November 8th,
pre-order – HERE

Following on from the release of their stunning Carlos de la Garza (Cherry Glazerr, Culture Abuse, Paramore) produced debut album ‘Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.’, Californian US newcomers HUNNY have announced a European and UK tour with Cavetown in February and
March next year.  The band have some incredible streaming figures with single ‘Vowels (The Importance Of Being Me) on 18 million stream on Spotify alone.

HUNNY dates with Cavetown:
February 24th , 2020 – Glasgow, SWG3
February 26th , 2020 – Manchester, 02 Ritz
February 27th , 2020 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
February 29th , 2020 – London, O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
March 2nd , 2020 – Cologne, Luxor (DE)
March 3rd , 2020 – Copenhagen, Vega Small Hall (DK)
March 5th , 2020 – Hamburg, Knust (DE)
March 6th , 2020 – Berlin, Bi Nuu (DE)
March 7th , 2020 – Nijmegen, Doornroosje (NL)
March 8th , 2020 – Amsterdam, Melkweg (NL)
March 9th , 2020 – Brussels, Botanique (BE)
Tickets available via band website – Website

‘Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.’ came to life in November 2018 during the Woolsey Fire and Camp Fire that devastated 96,949 acres of land in Southern California. At one point, while members Jason Yarger (vocals), Jake Goldstein (guitar), and Joey Anderson (drums) were inside Kevin Grimmett’s (bass, keyboards) home demoing and writing, firefighters were in the backyard stopping the wildfire from encroaching onto the property. “They blocked off all the streets and we had to sneak into my place through this apartment structure,” Grimmet recalls. “Thankfully my house is still standing and the hills are a bright green.”

Inspired by their love for ‘80s new wave and ‘90s pop, ‘Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.’ is an endless back-and- forth between heavy-hearted lyrics and bright-and-shiny melodies, lovesick confession, and addictively dancey rhythms. With the album centered on a narrative Yarger sums up as “I love you and I want to die,” HUNNY wrote most of the songs on acoustic guitar, deliberately channeling a raw vulnerability into every line.
For more information on HUNNY, visit:
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HUNNY ‘LULA, I’M NOT MAD’ (Official Music Video)

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