I’ve been following the Hunna for almost two years and I’ve finally had the opportunity to see them live in their full might. Since the release of their debut album 100, they have been thrown into the limelight, and then with the release of Dare last year they have become one of the best bands UK bands from the decade, producing hit tracks like She’s Casual and Bonfire. Supporting the four-piece was Barns Courtney and Retro Video Club.
Retro Video Club entered the stage, the crowd began cheering and the Scottish indie group began with their track Famous, a catchy track about everyone wanting to be famous, this had the whole crowd bouncing, the floor was literally shaking. As the cheers subsided vocalist Liam Allison told the crowd ‘this song is about an ex’ the group then played Psycho which had the place bouncing one again. As their set, the crowd was continuing to bounce. I enjoyed their set, they sounded great and Retro Video Club have defiantly gained a new fan.