Woodland Hills, California’s indie-rock act Hunny have announced the details for their debut full-length album, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes., which is due out July 19th via Epitaph Records.

The album was produced by Grammy Award-winner Carlos de la Garza (Cherry Glazerr, Culture Abuse, Paramore), Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. came to life back in November of 2018 during the Woolsey Fire and Camp Fire that devastated 96,949 acres of land in Southern California. At one point during the fires, Hunny — consisting of Jason Yarger (vocals), Jake Goldstein (guitar), and Joey Anderson (drums) and Jason Grimmett (bass, keyboards) — were at Grimmet’s home demoing and writing and firefighters were in the backyard stopping the wildfire from hitting the property. “They blocked off all the streets and we had to sneak into my place through this apartment structure,” Grimmet recalls. “Thankfully my house is still standing and the hills are a bright green.”

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. embodies the wildly frenetic energy of their live show. As Grimmett explains, Hunny brought their live show into the recording process. “We really love the emotive aspect of playing a show. For this record, we really took the time to think about what we were going to give them to sing, and made sure that it’s something with real feeling and meaning to it.”

To celebrate the new album announcement, Hunny have dropped the first single, “Lula I’m Not Mad” — a catchy and bouncy pop-rock track that is the perfect first listen into this new era of the band.

Below you will find the artwork and track-listing for Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes., as well as their upcoming tour dates supporting Citizen and Knuckle Puck.

Album artwork:

hunny yes artwork

Album track-listing:

  1. Lula, I’m Not Mad – 3:25
  2. Change Ur Mind – 2:51
  3. A Slow Death In Pacific Standard Time – 2:30
  4.  Saturday Night (feat. Bleached) – 2:33
  5. Smarter Ways Of Saying It – 1:04
  6. Everything Means Everything Meant Everything – 2:52
  7. Ritalin – 3:08
  8. Halloween – 3:07

Tour dates:

May 10 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theater & Ballroom
May 11 Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
May 12 Toronto, Canada – The Opera House
May 14 Boston, MA – Royale
May 15 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
May 16 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
May 17 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
May 18 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
May 19 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
May 21 Orlando, FL – The Abbey
May 22 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
May 24 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
May 25 Dallas, TX – Trees
May 26 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
May 29 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
May 31 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre
Jun 01 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park
Jun 02 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
Jun 04 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
Jun 05 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
Jun 07 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
Jun 08 Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre
Jun 09 Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck
Jun 10 St. Louis, MO – The Ready Room
Jun 12 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
Jun 14 Chicago, IL – Metro
Jun 15 Detroit, MI – The Majestic Theatre