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The HU drop studio album “Rumble of Thunder” and premiere new music video

The HU drop studio album “Rumble of Thunder” and premiere new music video

Hailing from Mongolia, the HU have combined traditional music performed in their native language using native instrumentation with Western modern rock stylings to create a unique and catchy sound they have labelled as “Hunnu Rock”. The acclaimed rock outfit have unleashed their anticipated second official studio album “Rumble Of Thunder” via Better Noise Music, alongside the music video for the track “Bie Biyelegee”. In this lively video, the band can be seen dancing in the traditional Mongolian style of “biyelgee.”

“’Bie Biyelgee’ is about having a good time. We danced like we never danced before during the video shoot and the movements where we tried to imitate biyelgee were very challenging. The biyelgee movements require a different skill set than you would find in any dance genre so in that way, celebrating these qualities are fascinating and inspiring to us.”

The HU are currently touring in support of “Rumble Of Thunder” across the U.S. alongside Five Finger, Death Punch and Megadeth until October 15, after which they finish off the year with a headlining run throughout Europe and the U.K. Earlier this year,  the band hopped across the globe on their “Black Thunder” tour which included stops at Coachella (USA), Fuji Rock Festival (Japan) and headlining shows all over North America, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.

Across its 12 tracks, “Rumble Of Thunder” connects the world to Mongolian culture and its unique core values of natural preservation and spiritual connection with the earth. These core values are on full display in the album along with deeply meaningful lyrics that uplift Mongol people, as the band wishes for prosperity and peace among all. The band shared the eco-conscious debut single “This Is Mongol” in May which has since received over 3 million video views and over 1.6 million Spotify streams. In July, they revealed an epic action-packed music video for the first half of their nine-minute track “Black Thunder” before sharing its second equally tantalizing sequel in mid-August.

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