HUNNY Prepping Debut Album ‘Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, Watch the New Video for ‘Lula, I’m Not Mad’

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Rock Cellar Magazine

California indie/rock band HUNNY have released details along with the lead single to their debut full length album, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes., expected July 19 via Epitaph Records.

The forthcoming album strays away from the band’s punk roots, taking major influence from their love of 80’s new wave and 90’s pop music. The band experimented with synth beats, citing Depeche Mode as one of their main inspirations.

The album’s lead single, “Lula, I’m Not Mad,” is a heavy synth pop track slightly reminiscent of The Cure and embraces the band’s experimental side and the sound change the band’s undergone.

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. captures the happily chaotic energy from HUNNY’s performances by incorporating catchy choruses into each of their tracks that pair with their danceworthy rhythms. In a press release, bassist Kevin Grimmett says, “The kids are always moshing and stage-diving and crowd-surfing, but they’re also singing our songs back to us the whole time. For this record we really took the time to think about what we were going to give them to sing, and made sure that it’s something with real feeling and meaning to it.”

The album is more than two months away, but in the meantime HUNNY will be joining Knuckle Puck and Citizen on a North American Tour starting May 10 in Cleveland, OH.

Knuckle Puck/Citizen/HUNNY/ Oso Oso

May 10 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theater & Ballroom

May 11 Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls Theater

May 12 The Opera House – Toronto, Canada

May 14 Royale – Boston, MA

May 15 Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY

May 16 Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA

May 17 Rams Head Live! – Baltimore, MD

May 18 Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC

May 19 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA

May 21 The Abbey – Orlando, FL

May 22 The Orpheum – Tampa, FL

May 24 Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

May 25 Trees – Dallas, TX

May 26 Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX

May 28 Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ

May 29 The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA

May 31 The Fonda Theater – Los Angeles, CA

June 1 The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA

June 2 Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA

June 4 Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR

June 5 The Showbox – Seattle, WA

June 7 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT

June 8 Gothic Theater – Englewood, CO

June 9 The Bottleneck – Lawrence, KS

June 10 The Ready Room – St. Louis, MO

June 12 Amsterdam Bar & Hall – St. Paul, MN

June 14 Metro – Chicago, IL

June 15 The Majestic Theater – Detroit, MI



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