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The full-length debut from HUNNY, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. is an endless back-and-forth between heavy-hearted lyrics and bright-and-shiny melodies, lovesick confession and addictively dancey rhythms.
With the album centered on a narrative Yarger sums up as “I love you and I want to die,” the Woodland Hills, California-bred band wrote most of the songs on acoustic guitar, deliberately channeling a raw vulnerability into every line. But despite that moody intensity, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. embodies the wildly frenetic energy of HUNNY’s live show, a happily chaotic free-for-all they’ve previously brought to the stage in touring with bands like The Neighbourhood, The Frights, and Beach Slang.
Produced by Grammy Award-winner Carlos de la Garza (Cherry Glazerr, Culture Abuse, Paramore), Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. came to life in November 2018, the same time as the Woolsey Fire and Camp Fire that devastated 96,949 acres of land in Southern California. At one point, fire fighters were in Grimmett’s backyard stopping the wild fire from encroaching onto the property, while the band was inside demoing and writing.
In working with de la Garza, HUNNY spent weeks in the studio and embraced their experimental side more fully than ever before. “There was a lot of rabbit-holing and taking our time to find different sounds, especially with the keyboard parts and the synths,” says Yarger, naming classic synth-pop bands like Depeche Mode among HUNNY’s main inspirations.


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