Austrian Band HUNGER Shares Relatable New Alt-Pop Single "Naked"


If you're a fan of Imagine Dragons and The 1975 there's no doubt you'll quickly fall in love with Austrian band HUNGER.

Based in Vienna, the trio came together in 2014 when childhood friends Daniel Rumpel and Johannes Herbst approached Lucas Fendrich to create a dark, cinematic sound. Four years later, the band has constructed significant success, winning millions of streams on Spotify, landing a feature in Netflix's 13 Reasons Why, and finding their music featured in a 2018 Mitsubishi commercial.

HUNGER recently released their latest single "Naked," a wickedly compelling alt-pop anthem that aims to help listeners feel free to be themselves. “People tend to question themselves if they’re good enough, good looking or smart enough while being put into boxes from other people," Rumpel says. "Constant judgment in our society these day create a lot of pressure, especially on young people. 'Naked''s message is that ‘it’s ok to be yourself’ ‘it’s ok to be weird’ ‘be who you are’ and don’t care too much what other people think about you.”

Listen to "Naked" below.

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