WATCH ‘LITTLE WOMAN’ VIDEO
NEW SINGLE OUT ON 24 FEBRUARY 2017
LIVE AT THOUSAND ISLAND, LONDON ON 23 FEBRUARY
London band Hunck have shared the video for their brand new single ‘Little Woman’, out on the 24th February on Rex Records.
As the world swiftly accelerates into a new era of anti-intellectual and aggressively intolerant machismo, Hunck present a devotional love song to a woman (or all women?), albeit with a sense of irony one can only have in our tiresome millennial era.
WATCH ‘ LITTLE WOMAN VIDEO’
LISTEN TO ‘LITTLE WOMAN’: https://soundcloud.com/hunck/littlewoman
Childhood friends Thomas and Frederik reconnected in London through a love of Frank Sinatra, Al Bowley, Erik Satie and darts. Each dealing with their own recent break ups and heartaches, they recorded a cover of Sinatras ‘In The Wee Small Hours of the Morning’ which inspired them to recruit long term friends Mike, Danny and Kieron and set to pooling together their own various odes to separation and loneliness under the name Hunck.
After NME picked up one of their early demos and they started to catch the attention of the public, they quickly found themselves performing at Green Man and Reading Festival and have recently supported The Lemon Twigs and Amber Arcades.
“Slow, sad guitars recall the more touching moments of Mazzy Star, and its difficult not to be drawn in by the yearning lyrics.” NME
“Like a group of stoned teenagers gliding by in the back of trucks speeding across motorways, there’s a gleaming gloss to this early offering. Sleepy and very much content with its slumber, this is one to drift off to.” DIY
“Playfully surreal songwriting with a romantic lilt” CLASH
“Hunck have found a way to mix George Harrison, Tame Impala and Elephant Stone… a languishing tune with a guitar part that has written earworm all over it.” HERE COMES THE FLOOD
“It’s easy-listening at its finest and you’ll be hitting the repeat button without realising as it blasts through your headphones. If they continue with their twist on the dream-pop sound that everyone is going crazy for, everyone will know Hunck this time next year.” NEVER ENOUGH NOTES
“Chugging along in a surf-rock funk, it warps and buckles the old format, delivering a punch that’s hard to define. A bit of a banger really.” SHINY SHINY NEW