The Hunna, Coasts

House of Blues and Foundation Presents

The Hunna

Coasts

Fri · March 9, 2018

6:30 pm

The Social

$17.00 - $20.00

This event is 12 and over

All patrons must have a valid form of identification present, regardless of age, at the time of entry for all 18+ and 21+ shows and events.

No backpacks, large bags or large purses allowed. Maximum Size 4.5′ x 6.5"

No professional audio/visual or any digital recording equipment will be allowed into the venue, without prior permission and arrangements. You must be on the artist photo pass list in order to enter with cameras with detachable lenses.

The Hunna
The Hunna
Four-piece indie rock band from Hertfordshire, England.
Coasts
Coasts
This five piece, who met while at university in Bristol, are proving to be a band who are relentlessly on the rise. A growing body of songs has been earning them huge amounts of praise amongst the music community & beyond. Their anthem track “Oceans", has millions of plays on their Spotify and selling over 100,000 copies on iTunes alone. A Rush of Blood, a lead track from their debut album, was premiered by Zane Lowe calling it “absolutely huge”.

Non stop touring in 2014 and 2015 included smash sets at Glastonbury, Coachella and Lollapalooza, as well as sold out shows in New York and London at prestigious venues such as The Bowery Rooms, KOKO and Bush Empire. Having been backed as ones to watch by the likes of iTunes, Spotify and BBC R1, They have been receiving a rapturous reception Stateside and are being hailed as the next “huge British band”. Coasts live shows have become a cult phenomena with 2016 set to host the band’s biggest live shows to date.

2016 looks like being the year that Coasts, fast becoming Britain’s hardest working band, make their major breakthrough following the release of their debut album.

Coasts are: Chris Caines (Vocals), Liam Willford (Guitar), James Gamage (Bass), David Goulbourn (Keyboards) and Ben Street (Drums).
Venue Information:
The Social
54 North Orange Ave
Orlando, FL, 32801
http://www.thesocial.org/