The Hunna’s self-titled new album is set to drop next week, and they have shared one more taster of what to expect.
And it’s a cracker.
It’s called ‘Apologies’ and is a down-tuned slacker anthem, but one with a big story at the centre of it.
Vocalist Ryan Potter had this to say:
“‘Apologies’ is a song about someone trying to take revenge on an ex by using a third party that wasn’t involved which in turn causes a ripple effect of destruction. The main message of the song is ‘you don’t need to use me to get your revenge, just go out there and be yourself.’”
Ryan added this:
“When we recorded this song we wanted it to feel like a garage band, which is how we started together. So it only made sense to shoot it in a garage and with our musical influences we wanted it to have a throwback feel to the likes of Bowling for Soup, Weezer etc and have some fun with it!”