THE HUNNA, COASTS
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
This event is all ages
Following the release of their hugely successful debut album in the summer of 2016, The Hunna have
established themselves as one of the UK’s most in-demand bands. Having experienced a rapid rise that
saw the band land at #13 in the album charts 10 months into their career, The Hunna have achieved a
massive amount in the year that has proceeded. From selling-out two back-to-back album tours that
included London’s Kentish Town Forum and Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the band also headlined
memorable nights nationwide at venues such as Glasgow’s Barrowlands, Manchester’s Academy 1 and
Nottingham’s Rock City. 2017 has also seen The Hunna headline Camden's prestigious Roundhouse as
well as a pioneering moment topping the Festival Republic Stages billings at this year’s Reading and
Leeds Festival. H aving previously been referred to as ‘Rock’s Next Big Thing’ by Kerrang Magazine,
singles such as ‘Bonfire’ and ‘You & Me’ have helped to earn over 60 million streams across The Hunna’s
Spotify catalogue. The band have been championed by BBC Radio 1 with ‘Never Enough’ reaching B-list
and gaining support from the likes of Huw Stephens, Clara Amfo and Greg James.'
With two UK top 40 albums under their belts, COASTS career has taken them to the very top of the game, including appearances at major festivals such as Coachella, Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds and Lollapalooza, as well as numerous sold-out UK, European and North American tours. 2017 has seen the return of COASTS following their stellar debut album that featured anthems such as Oceans, You and A Rush Of Blood. 2017’s ‘This Life’, a mesmerising infusion of melodies and hooks drenched in the band’s trademark Trop-Pop sound, charted at 17# in the UK album charts, their best offering to date cementing COASTS as one of the scene's most respected acts.
L.A. duo courtship. formed in 2016 when area musicians Micah Gordon and Eli Hirsch decided to stop playing in rock band Bloodboy and branch out with a new collaborative project. Both had spent a lot of time in the L.A. indie scene acting as supporting musicians (Gordon playing in Tobias Jesso, Jr.'s band and Hirsch doing time with Ethan Burns, Dreamers, and others), but with courtship. they focused on their songwriting and production skills. The results were electronic indie pop with crystal-clear hooks, delivered concisely on their first single, "Stop for Nothing." The band's electronic underpinnings were driven further home by a series of remixes of their tracks from producers such as Body Language and EMBRZ. The band continued with subsequent singles "Love for Everyone" and "Sail Away"
Adv Tix $15.00 / DOS Tix $17.00