Mongolian rock sensation The Hu will take their self-proclaimed brand of “hunnu rock” to a new level as they further embellish their blend of traditional Eastern instrumentation and throat singing mixed with Western rock music by adding in some of today’s top rock acts to guest on the viral singles from their debut album ‘The Gereg‘ (Eleven Seven Music).
Having achieved phenomenal success with three videos that combined have over 45 million views to date—’Wolf Totem’ and ‘Yuve Yuve Yu’ and the latest, ‘The Great Chingiss Khan’—the band have vaulted into the Top Ten of Five charts in the U.S. and into the Top Ten of three charts in Canada. Overseas, they’ve landed on three Top Ten charts in the UK and two Top Ten charts in Australia (with a third placement in the Top 15). They’ve also placed on two Top 20 charts in Sweden and entered at #24 in Germany.
The first new English vocal pairing features guest vocals from Danny Case of hard rock labelmates From Ashes To New on the track ‘Yuve Yuve Yu’” and was debuted worldwide via SiriusXM’s Octane radio show yesterday. Available now across all digital platforms (link below). From Ashes to New have had two Top 10 singles, with streams totaling over 180 million and 223K album equivalent units to date.
Listen to a stream of ‘Yuve Yuve Yuve ft. From Ashes To New‘ HERE:
Stay tuned for additional singles with Lzzy Hale (Halestorm) and other special guests in the coming weeks.
THE HU are currently embarked on their first-ever North American headlining tour which has sold out 24 shows to date—including major cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Nashville, Chicago and Houston— and sees the band perform at Aftershock Festival (Sacramento), Riot Fest (Chicago) and Las Rageous (Las Vegas).
THE HU will continue thrilling audiences with their one-of-a-kind style of ‘hunnu rock’–Catch THE HU on tour in the UK & IRELAND next year, with tickets on sale now. Dates as follows, with ticket links:
|Wednesday, January 15, 2020||Hamburg, Germany||http://bit.ly/2kKS1vb|
|Thursday, January 16, 2020||Aarhus, Denmark||http://bit.ly/2kdTUjE|
|Saturday, January 18, 2020||Oslo, Norway||http://bit.ly/2kKAza7|
|Sunday, January 19, 2020||Stockholm, Sweden||http://bit.ly/2mcTlXX|
|Monday, January 20, 2020||Gothenburg, Sweden||http://bit.ly/2kKMIf6|
|Wednesday, January 22, 2020||Berlin, Germany||http://bit.ly/2kKS1vb|
|Friday, January 24, 2020||Wroclaw, Poland||http://bit.ly/2lRHsGO|
|Saturday, January 25, 2020||Warsaw, Poland||http://bit.ly/2kKAtPN|
|Monday, January 27, 2020||Prague, Czech Republic||http://bit.ly/2mjDya3|
|Tuesday, January 28, 2020||Vienna, Austria||http://bit.ly/2kBjtvu|
|Thursday, January 30, 2020||Munich, Germany||http://bit.ly/2kKS1vb|
|Friday, January 31, 2020||Zurich, Switzerland||http://bit.ly/2lQ8pe2|
|Sunday, February 02, 2020||Cologne, Germany||http://bit.ly/2kKS1vb|
|Monday, February 03, 2020||Paris, France||http://bit.ly/2kiuem1|
|Wednesday, February 05, 2020||Amsterdam, Netherlands||http://bit.ly/2kBjPSQ|
|Thursday, February 06, 2020||Antwerp, Belgium||http://bit.ly/2kBjSy0|
|Saturday, February 08, 2020||Brighton, United Kingdom||http://bit.ly/2lQ8b6G|
|Monday, February 10, 2020||Bristol, United Kingdom||http://bit.ly/2kNr7CL|
|Tuesday, February 11, 2020||London, United Kingdom||http://bit.ly/2lUOhHS|
|Wednesday, February 12, 2020||Manchester, United Kingdom||http://bit.ly/2lRKtXP|
|Friday, February 14, 2020||Glasgow, United Kingdom||http://bit.ly/2lOZABk|
|Saturday, February 15, 2020||Belfast, Northern Ireland||http://bit.ly/2klHJS4|
|Sunday, February 16, 2020||Dublin, Ireland||http://bit.ly/2lQ8DBU|
Remaining tickets are on sale now at http://www.thehuofficial.com.
THE HU stands for the Mongolian root word for human being, inspiring their original style of music that they call “Hunnu Rock.” The band pull Inspiration from the Hunnu, an ancient Mongolian empire better known as The Huns in western culture. Their music is deeply embedded with their ancient culture, even integrating old Mongolian war cries and poetry into their lyrics.
The group was founded in 2016 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia by their producer Dashka, along with band members Gala, Jaya, Temka, and Enkush. Together they create rock music with traditional Mongolian instrumentation such as the Morin Khuur (horsehead fiddle), Tovshuur (Mongolian guitar), Tumur Khuur (jaw harp), guttural throat singing built around the pillars of heavy rock: distorted guitars, bombastic drums, and aggressive rhythms. All four members have earned Bachelor’s or higher degrees in classical music and have gained several years of touring experience throughout Asia and the Pacific Rim.
Gala: Lead Throat Singer and Morin Khuur
Enkush: Lead Morin Khuur and Throat Singer
Jaya: Jaw Harp, Tsuur, Flute, and Throat Singer