Watford squad The Hunna are the second act to be announced for this year’s Dr Martens Something For Something tour.
The British rock newcomers will be dropping by Manchester on September 23rd to play a show in a still to be announced location.
Dr Martens’ Something For Something tour is part of the company’s #WORNDIFFERENT campaign, which aims to bring together three distinctly different artists to three of the UK’s biggest cities. The one thing connecting them: the spirit of individuality.
Speaking about the show, the band said: “We stand for a life that dares. A life of breaking down restrictions. A life of people joining together through positive energies. A life of believing together.”
The first act to be announced this year was hip-hop artist Yxng Bane, who played a Something For Something show in London.
The Hunna are the second act on the bill, and the show will top off a summer of successful UK festival performances.
Previous Something For Something line-ups have boasted performances from You Me At Six, Twin Atlantic, VANT, Tonight Alive, Lower Than Atlantis, and Bury Tomorrow.
Fans are advised to register their interest in the show at the Dr Martens website here to avoid disappointment.
Check out the band’s latest single ‘Never Enough’ below:
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