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The Hunna are teasing their upcoming album with new track 'I Get High To Forget'

Their new album will see them writing with Gerard Way, and Theresa and Alex from Yonaka.
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Published: 3:36 pm, August 21, 2019
The Hunna are teasing their upcoming album with new track 'I Get High To Forget'

The Hunna have dropped a new single ahead of Reading & Leeds.

Produced by Olly Burden (The Prodigy) and Carl Barat (The Libertines), new track ‘I Get High To Forget’ is taken from their upcoming new album, set for an early 2020 release.

“Have you ever experienced or done something that you wish more than anything that you could just delete it from your memory and forget it ever happened?” asks Ryan from the band.

“That’s what this song is about; every person’s been through that, in our case it was trying to erase the memory of a someone that lied and cheated us. For me and many of us we got high to take that feeling away and give our mental selves a break from feeling trapped.”

Their upcoming album will see them fly to LA this autumn to work with producer John Feldmann, as well as Gerard Way, and Theresa and Alex from Yonaka.

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