The Hunna - Ryan Potter, Dan Dorney, Jermaine Angin and Jack Metcalfe - spoke to Music-News.com backstage at Community Festival in London's Finsbury Park on July 1st 2017.
Check out the full uncut interview below.
Brand new Finsbury Park music festival – Community – has today unleashed a host of new acts including Clean Cut Kid and announced a brand new N4 Stage for them to play on. Community is an all-day festival of the best bands in British music with tickets on-sale now for just £35.
The new array of bands will deliver sets alongside the likes of Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Wombats, The Hunna and Slaves. Just announced acts include Liverpool’s Clean Cut Kid, building big buzz with their infectious and sunny pop hooks, on the back of recent successes with singles including ‘Vitamin C’ and ‘Leaving You Behind’.
Anteros also join the N4 Stage line up at Community, one of Annie Mac’s very own hotly tipped acts. They have come into their own this year with their high-energy, indie-synth pop and have been dancing their way across Europe’s radio waves with new EP ‘Drunk’.
London-born Stereo Honey are joining the day too to bring their soaring music and moving vocals to the line-up. The London band are only two songs into their catalogue, but the sheer depth of their song writing is already creating waves, which is abundantly clear on their beautiful new single ‘The Heart’.
Wild Front will also join the N4 line up, to deliver some contagious indie tracks. Singer/songwriter, Rosborough, will add a dose of heartfelt ballads alongside Glasgow duo Saint PHNX who complete the N4 stage line up.
The bands join blazing four-piece and hotly tipped The Hunna, Blackpool’s most exciting new rock band Darlia, indie-pop fiends Fickle Friends and Sheffield’s RedFaces.
With backing from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, The Hunna released their debut album ‘100’ in August 2016, which charted at #13 in the UK Official Album Chart off the back of first catchy singles ‘Bonfire’ and ‘We Could Be’. The album has since racked up over 35 million Spotify streams and 5 million video views, whilst the band boast incredible social media stats of 260,000 Facebook likes.
Community is the newest music event to be announced at Finsbury Park, which has hosted landmark nights of music with bands such as Arctic Monkeys, Stone Roses, Oasis and KISS in the past, as well as other festivals including leading urban event Wireless Festival.
Tickets for the one-day music festival Community are priced at £35 (booking fees apply) and on-sale now from: www.Communityfestival.london
@communityLDN COMMUNITY LINE-UP
CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN | THE WOMBATS | SLAVES | NOTHING BUT THIEVES | THE HUNNA | DARLIA | REDFACES | CLEAN CUT KID | ANTEROS | STEREO HONEY | WILD FRONT | ROSBOROUGH | SAINT PHNX