Los Angeles based pop-rock band HUNNY announce plans for a deluxe version of their ‘Homesick’ EP for release on November 18th. They also share a new track, “JFK,” from the expanded EP.
Opening with an upbeat melody led by rhythmic guitar strumming, the band pairs melodramatic lyrics and borderline emo sentiment with sweet swirling synths and 2000’s pop-punk sensibilities. HUNNY bassist & keyboardist Kevin Grimmet muses on the meaning behind the lyrics stating: “JFK is about losing your partner to the love of another city and selfishly becoming bitter about it. This song came from an insecure time in my life and is a snippet into a period where I was resentful about the situation.”
HUNNY was born out of the tight-knit North LA indie-rock scene of the mid-2010s, sharing stages and even band members with acts like The Neighbourhood …