Vowels and the Importance of HUNNY

With a groovy line up, HUNNY was ready to start their short three show California tour off with a bang at Soma Side Stage in San Diego.

Supported by Hot Flash Heat Wave, The Hynas, and Alex Lievanos the show was packed with non-stop energy.

Alex Lievanos, a local San Diegan singer-songwriter, took the stage first and started off the night with a bang. His energetic presence kept the crowd engaged as he belted out his new songs.

Shortly after, The Hynas took the stage. Also a local band, it was obvious they had the crowd’s full support. Their fresh take on indie-psychedelic rock had the crowd immediately enthralled. Their ability to rotate instruments throughout the set made the young band even more impressive.

Next came Hot Flash Heat Wave. Their surf pop anthems had the crowd swaying and enjoying the positive energy radiating throughout the venue. They played a combination of songs from their debut album, Neapolitan (2015), and their newest release, Soaked (2017). The band fed off of the energy from the crowd, especially a group of mega fans who made their own shirts! Ending their set with their hit Gutter Girl, Hot Flash Heat Wave definitely left the crowd ready and wanting more.

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Hot Flash Heat Wave

Last but not certainly not least, HUNNY took the stage commanding the attention of everyone in the audience. Starting off the night with their song Natalie, off of their latest release Windows 1, the crowd was obviously ready to have a good night. Jason Yarger, the lead singer and guitarist, kept the energy up throughout their set, dancing around the stage and engaging the crowd at various points throughout the show. Their ability to seamlessly mix their hit songs, Cry for Me and Vowels from their previous EP’s, with brand new songs kept the crowd wanting more.

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HUNNY

The high packed energy throughout the night made this Thursday unlike any other.

Be sure to check out Alex Lievanos, Hot Flash Heat Wave, and HUNNY on our Spotify playlist!  

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