The Hunna release Deluxe version of debut album ‘100’

THE HUNNA today release the deluxe version of their debut album ‘100’, via High Time Records. Featuring six reworked, ambient versions of tracks taken from the 2016 release, the new deluxe version of the album includes reworked versions of tracks She’s Casual, Bonfire, Brother, You & Me, Still Got Blood and Bad For You. The new recordings present the songs in stripped back, mellow arrangements – shining a spotlight on the band’s immaculate song-writing and frontman Ryan Potter’s shimmering voice. ‘100’ Deluxe is available to stream and buy now via all regular outlets.

The Hunna’s debut album ‘100’ has seen incredible success since its release in September 2016. Singles Bonfire, We Could Be, and Never Enough have secured the band strong support from BBC Radio 1, seen them sell out four back-to-back UK tours, headlining venues including The Roundhouse in London, a triumphant set at Community Festival and a headline slot of the Festival Republic Stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals.

With over 40 million streams on Spotify and industry backing from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, the band recently announced their biggest headline show to date at the O2 Academy Brixton on January 13 2018, with tickets on sale now from



  1. Bonfire
  2. We Could Be
  3. She’s Casual
  4. You & Me
  5. Alive
  6. Piece By Piece
  7. Never Enough
  8. Waiting
  9. Brother
  10. World Is Ours
  11. Sycamore Tree
  12. Still Got Blood
  13. Bad For You
  14. Coming Home
  15. Be Young
  16. Rock My Way
  17. Bonfire [acoustic]
  18. She’s Casual [acoustic]
  19. You & Me [acoustic]
  20. Brother [acoustic]
  21. Still Got Blood [acoustic]
  22. Bad For You [acoustic]
Danny Peart
Editor / Live Music Photographer / Journalist at Soundcheck-Live

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