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Being the second eldest person at the gig I was glad of the offer to use the first floor area as I have difficulties, the Albert Hall were first class in looking after people 10/10 to them

The band came on stage and flew right into the action, they started with the title of their new album DARE and just continued at an energetic pace I hadn't seen since the old Punk days in the 70's.

I certainly think Ther Hunna have a bright future given the enjoyment of the young people in the 'mosh pit' dancing away to every song - an interesting aray of red and white light for the ballad-esq 'Babe Can I Call' which I assume had something to do with lead singer and guitarist Ryan Potter being dressed in all red with white T - whatever floats lol

The music is not for the faint hearted, it is a really 'in your face' driven beat with fast furious lyrics and a pace that is breathtaking and relentless.. The kids loved it, they responded to Ryan with cheers and bounced through-out the gig..

How was it for an older guy like me? Of course I loved it - Music is what it is and it's always great to see a young band on the up at the early stages of the big time... 16/20

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It was bloody incredible. Despite Night Riots and Coasts’ sets being ruined by a bunch of drunks initiating mosh pits by the minute, The Hunna’s energy is insane. Also a surprise and a delight to see such a variety of age ranging from 14 year olds to 40 year olds who knew every word of every song - a truly unique and contagious atmosphere the entire night. Still buzzing

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Monday 23rd january, last night was the hunna birmingham i was absolutely pumped when i saw that the hunna was coming to birmingham and so close to where i live. I didn't think much to kovic i loved hight tide and when the hunna came on it was fucking insane as i was in the pit all the mosh pits made it so much more mad!!!!!! Would 100% go to a gig of theres again!!

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Seen The Hunna 4 times and will be a 5th on Tuesday. The atmosphere and the mosh pits at concerts are incredible. One of my favourite bands, vocals and instruments sound amazing live. 100 is one of my favourite albums of all time. also have met them 3 times and are very lovely guys. Highly recommend to anyone but especially indie/rock lovers.

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Absolutely awesome! The atmosphere was great and my friend and I loved every moment. The support act 'Airwaves' were also so good!!!! I really recommended them. Before the show the band members were just walking around saying 'hi' to everyone, such genuine nice guys :)

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The Hunna did not disappoint. They had a great presence and put on an amazing concert. They also know how to include the audience in their shows. All I can say is I had an incredible time and now my neck hurts from all the headbanging but it was so worth it. ROCK ON!

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Very average show. No stage presence new album poor. If you like this style go to the Coasts - same management company - or Eliza and the Bear. I walked out. Clearly a strong hard core fan base but they are off my play list. Weak front man - zero charisma

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Absolutley incredible, atmosphere was just stunning, crowd was loving every minute of it, even had everyone jumping to the support bands that were also great. Some great mosh pits and the music was great but the crowd was the highlight for me

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amazing, second time seeing them will definitely be back for more (hopefully at Reading!)

The set was awesome with all the best songs plus two of the newer ones and great lights+lasers. Crowd was amazing tons of moshing if you like that!

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Best show ever!! The Hunnas were amazing, they came outside and met and took pictures with everyone. Unbelievability good music, everything was AMAZING. Definitely worth seeing, in fact I'm seeing them again in January!!!

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The Hunna have just announced a UK headline tour

“It’s gonna be blast!” The Hunna will be hitting the road for 16 intimate shows in October and November.

The Hunna have just announced a UK headline tour

The Hunna have just announced a 16-date UK headline tour.

The trio will be hitting the road in the autumn for a fairly extensive run, kicking things off at the Norwich Waterfront on October 25, and wrapping up at The Old Fire Station in Bournemouth on November 14. In between, they’ll be playing venues in Wolverhampton, Hull, Leicester, Cambridge, Nottingham, Huddersfield, Middlesbrough, Coventry, Frome, Southampton, Reading, Torquay, Milton Keynes and Oxford.

“We can’t wait to play parts of the UK that we have either never been to or haven’t been to for a long time on the touring circuit!” enthuses frontman Ryan Potter. “We love intimate shows and connecting closely with our fans… It’s gonna be blast! See you there.”

Catch The Hunna live at the following:

25 Norwich Waterfront 26 Wolverhampton KK’s Steel Mill 27 Hull Welly Club 29 Leicester O2 Academy 30 Cambridge The Junction 31 Nottingham Rescue Rooms

2 Huddersfield The Parish 3 Middlesbrough Empire 4 Coventry Kasbah 6 Frome Cheese & Grain 7 Southampton Engine Rooms 9 Reading Sub89 10 Torquay The Foundry 12 Milton Keynes MK11 13 Oxford O2 Academy 14 Bournemouth The Old Fire Station

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The Hunna have announced a UK headline tour for October & November 2022. The band will be touring in support of their recently announced forthcoming self-titled new album out October 28 th  via Believe.   The 14-date tour will start at the Tramshed in Cardiff on October 18 th  and finish at The Mill, Birmingham on November 5 th . The band will play London’s Electric Ballroom on November 4 th . Tickets will go on pre-sale at 9am Wednesday August 3 rd , and general sale at 9am Friday August 5 th . Tickets will be available via  thehunnaofficial.com/live   On Friday (July 29 th ) the band released the riotous new single ‘Trash’. A potent blend of anger and savage dark humour, the lead single from the new album kicks things off by giving the music industry both barrels, taking pot-shots at the execs who told them “ TikTok, TikTok or else you get dropped”.   The punk rock choruses and Beastie Boys-esque verses ooze with 90s and 00s rock influences, which extend into the brilliantly tongue-in-cheek  video . The grainy fisheye film captures Ryan Potter (vocals/guitar), Dan Dorney (guitar) and Jack Metcalfe (drums) comically characterising the industry bigwigs.

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“We’re not calling anyone specific out,“  explains Ryan . “it’s just overall industry suckiness. It highlights things we’ve experienced in the industry over the years and things we see going on and hear about now. There’s a lot of bad shit that still goes on in the industry and a lot of it gets swept under the rug. But we’re in the position where we’re on our fourth album, we feel refreshed and confident and this is what we’re going to say. You either like it or you don’t, it’s cool either way. We are who we are.”

The Hunna’s rise to global success has been meteoric: formed in 2015, their 2016 debut album,  100 , went gold and shot into the UK Top 20. The 2018 follow-up,  Dare , climbed even higher, as The Hunna built a golden reputation for crafting instant rock anthems.   The new album is set to further solidify this status and has been produced by legendary producer Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World).  The Hunna  seethes with colossal riffs, irresistible melodies and memorable lyrics, as found in the post-lockdown anthems such as ‘Take A Ride’ and ‘Fugazi’, or the orchestral glory of ‘Sick’, which features Fightstar’s Charlie Simpson.

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Live, The Hunna have always been one of the most exciting bands on the circuit, with an insanely devoted fanbase guaranteed to turn every gig and festival appearance into an unmissable event. The same can be expected for the forthcoming UK tour with full dates listed below:   UK HEADLINE TOUR DATES October 18th – Tramshed, Cardiff 20th – Trinity, Bristol 21st – Waterfront, Norwich 22nd – Beckett SU, Leeds 23rd – Leadmill, Sheffield 25th – O2 Ritz, Manchester 26th – Boiler Shop, Newcastle 27th – SWG3, Glasgow 29th – La Belle Angele, Edinburgh 30th – Arts Club, Liverpool   November 2nd – Engine Rooms, Southampton 3rd – Concorde 2, Brighton 4th – Electric Ballroom, London 5th – The Mill, Birmingham

The Hunna  will be released digitally and in an array of physical formats including vinyl / CD / cassette available to pre-order  here , as well as special fan bundles and exclusive signed merchandise via store.thehunnaofficial.com

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“Where is the next band producing indie classics that can break through into the mainstream and give the public an act they can believe in again? Well, there’s finally another contender in the shape of The Hunna. Ones to watch for the year ahead.” – Shortlist

London four-piece The Hunna continue their rapid ascent, announcing their first UK headline tour alongside a set of European dates and a maiden voyage to the States in June to play a headline show at New York’s Mercury Lounge.

Having already sold out three London headline shows in March off the back of their debut track ‘Bonfire’ – with an Electric Ballroom show to follow in June – the band will now be playing the length and breadth of the UK and also venturing into Europe visiting France, Holland, Germany and Belgium.

The Hunna’s current single –  ‘We Could Be’  – has notched up over two million video views and reached #15 on Spotify’s UK Viral Top 50 and #22 on the iTunes Alternative Chart. Zane Lowe and Huw Stephens have shown the band strong recent support, giving the track spins on their Beats 1 and BBC Radio 1 shows respectively. The Hunna are also blowing up globally, charting in territories including North America, mainland Europe, Australia and Asia.

Since launching in October, the quartet have amassed an army of followers and seen the videos for both ‘Bonfire’ and its B-side ‘She’s So Casual’ reach over a million views each. And now with ‘We Could Be’ hitting the two million mark, the band’s fan base is growing exponentially, driven by the band’s crusading zeal which is connecting with fans worldwide.

The Hunna’s rise is nothing short of spectacular. They are destined to explode across the musical landscape of 2016.

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TOUR DATES March 2nd – London, Boston Music Rooms (SOLD OUT) March 3rd – London, Boston Music Rooms ( SOLD OUT) March 4th – London, Boston Music Rooms (SOLD OUT) March 5th – Paris, Le Pop Up Du Label, FR March 6th – Amsterdam, Sugar Factory, NL March 8th – Cologne, Blue Shell, DE March 10th – Hamburg, Turmzimmer, DE March 11th – Berlin, Auster Club, DE March 13th – Brussels, AB Club, BE March 23rd – Bristol, Louisiana, UK March 24th – St Albans, The Horn, UK March 25th – Southampton, Joiners, UK March 26th – Sheffield, Leadmill, UK March 27th – Nottingham, The Bodega, UK March 29th – Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge, UK March 30th – Newcastle, Think Tank, UK March 31st – Glasgow, The Garage (Attic Bar), UK

April 1st – Leeds, Brudenell Games Room, UK April 2nd – Manchester, Sound Control, UK April 3rd – Liverpool, Studio 2, UK April 4th – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach, UK

June 1st – London, Electric Ballroom, UK June 15th – New York, Mercury Lounge, USA

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The Hunna announce autumn UK headline tour

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ANNOUNCE UK HEADLINE TOUR

OCTOBER / NOVEMBER 2023

The Hunna have announced a 16-date autumn UK headline tour running across the country through October & November 2023. Tickets are available on pre-sale at 10am on Wednesday 30 th  August, and go on general sale at 10am Friday 1 st  September. All tickets will be available via  www.thehunnaofficial.com

Regarding the tour frontman Ryan Potter says, “ We can’t wait to play parts of the UK that we have either never been to or haven’t been to for a long time on the touring circuit! We love intimate shows and connecting closely with our fans… It’s gonna be blast! See you there x”

THE HUNNA 2023 HEADLINE TOUR DATES

25 th  – Norwich, Waterfront 26 th  – Wolverhampton, KK’s Steal Mill 27 th  – Hull, Welly Club 29 th  – Leicester, O2 Academy 30 th  – Cambridge, The Junction 31 st – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

2 nd  – Huddersfield, The Parish 3 rd  – Middlesbrough, Empire 4 th  – Coventry, Kasbah 6 th  – Frome, Cheese & Grain 7 th  – Southampton, Engine Rooms 9 th  – Reading, Sub89 10 th  – Torquay, The Foundry 12 th  – Milton Keynes, MK11 13 th  – Oxford, O2 Academy 14 th  – Bournemouth, The Old Fire Station

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Heading out on tour and feeling as though they have a new lease of life with their aptly titled fourth album,  The Hunna , Ewan Gleadow sits down with The Hunna to talk next steps and new material. Their tour across the UK will take them to The Welly and beyond as they look to bring their new style to grassroots arenas around the country.

Ewan Gleadow: Obviously you’ve got a tour on at the moment, looking forward to it and The Welly?

The Hunna: Yeah man, always looking forward to touring. We have the most fun on stage, playing together. We love it whenever we play together and on this tour we get to go to places n the UK that we’ve either never been or haven’t been for a very long time. They’re going to be smaller venues, grassroots venues, which is great. We just did a few tunes for the Music Venue Trust last month. It’s nice to do that as well, supporting those venues that always have so much character. We’ve been to some cool backstage areas, and this tour will be a lot of fun.

Ewan: It’s nice to be in those grassroots venues absolutely, and obviously following the end of lockdown, those venues are in need. 

The Hunna: Yeah we’ve toured the UK, the main cities, this year already. We did a tour straight after Covid so we’ve done a few gigs, but never in the smaller cities or grassroots venues, the places where we started playing together as a band. It’s still a big tour but on a smaller circuit, it’s the best of both worlds.

Ewan: Is part of playing these grassroots venues a way to connect with your starting point as a band too?

The Hunna: Absolutely, I mean, the small shows we’ve done over the years, like the ones on this tour, some of them have been our absolute favourites and those are the ones where you’re so close to the fans. I think it’s a fun atmosphere for us and the fans to be so close and connect, to really connect, and catch up. Some of these fans we haven’t seen in years. 

Ewan: Those smaller stages must give you a bit more intimacy with a crowd too, is that intimacy something you revel in or is it something to fear?

The Hunna: It’s brilliant, very personal. We like playing small shows but they are terrifying compared to the big ones. They’re really fun, our fans go crazy in a confined space, it’s a wild atmosphere. But they can see your every move. When you go out on stage for the first time and you see the room is packed you’re like: “Okay, there they are.” There’s no getting away from anyone’s face. You’re really in it together, which is awesome. The funniest things can happen, you can see a lot more in the crowd, someone might say something and you can hear it much better than in a bigger venue. You can say something back, a little chat on stage, which is what we do. Our shows are by no means smooth or whatever, and these venues are great for that. We just love to play and we go crazy on stage. The band has built itself for these smaller venues. 

Ewan: It’s a matter of stage spontaneity too, it feels like bigger venues are catered to quite rigid setlists, whereas grassroots venues can change the course of a set.

The Hunna: We’re at a point that, whatever the show size, we go crazy. It’s all about energy. Whether it’s a festival and there’s 20,000 people there or 200 people in a small room, we are going to give you what The Hunna is, which is normally carnage. Usually, that reflects on whoever is watching us. I think it’s all about the vibe of bouncing off each other and we love that. The further down the tour you get, the fatigue picks up, but every night our fans pick us up, which is really special. I don’t think we set out to be this crazy, but it’s a beautiful thing because I know there are lots of bands who are just there to play the songs and then go off to have a drink. We leave everything on the stage and it’s important to us to put on a show no matter the size.

With the crowd getting involved, it changes the flow of the set. Halfway through, it can turn into a bit of a comedy show at times with people in the crowd. There’s a real connection. That’s what music is about. We’re there for music, but also there for so much more. We all love music and what it brings to us, so who cares if the set takes a two-minute break to have a little chinwag with someone, a little laugh, it’s good. 

Ewan: People go for more than the music, the atmosphere stands out, and you’re bringing your fourth album on stage with you too. Was there a reason behind this fourth release being the first self-titled one? That’s usually a debut style of release name?

The Hunna: For this one, it just felt right. We were in a transitional point in our career. We had left a management company we were with which just wasn’t the right fit. We were rebuilding, getting a new team and heading down a new chapter in our career. We got to a point where so much had happened in previous years and we’d all grown so much, coming through that was a real big kind of flag in the sand moment, a bright future ahead. We were trying to think of album names and then it, with the music we produced there, felt like it summed up The Hunna at this point. This is almost a fourth album but a first album too, we’re starting from day one again, which is great. 

Ewan: It certainly feels this way with the tracklist and music on here, a change of pace definitely. Is this something to pursue in future?

The Hunna: We’re writing at the moment and in a really good spot with it, no boxes or boundaries put on any of us. We’re just being us, hanging out in a room, talking and making music like it was when we were fourteen, fifteen and had the dream of doing this. Just back to that vibe which is really nice and organic, we’re just being left to ourselves to create, which has been really nice and natural. What comes out comes out, and then we’ll go through however many songs for the next record. We’ll see what happens.

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For Europe and NATO, a Russian Invasion Is No Longer Unthinkable

Amid crumbling U.S. support for Ukraine and Donald Trump’s rising candidacy, European nations and NATO are making plans to take on Russia by themselves.

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Lara Jakes reported from Tallinn, Estonia, and Christina Anderson from Stockholm.

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia once proclaimed the dissolution of the Soviet empire “the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century.” At the time, back in 2005, few expected him to do anything about it.

But then came Russia’s occupation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia from Georgia in 2008, its backing for Ukrainian separatists and the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and, most resoundingly, the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022.

Now, with the rise of former President Donald J. Trump, who in the past has vowed to leave NATO and recently threatened never to come to the aid of his alliance allies , concerns are rising among European nations that Mr. Putin could invade a NATO nation over the coming decade and that they might have to face his forces without U.S. support.

That could happen in as few as five years after a conclusion of the war in Ukraine, according to some officials and experts who believe that would be enough time for Moscow to rebuild and rearm its military.

“We have always kind of suspected that this is the only existential threat that we have,” Maj. Gen. Veiko-Vello Palm, the commander of the Estonian Army’s main land combat division, said of a possible Russian invasion.

“The past few years have also made it very, very clear that NATO as a military alliance, a lot of countries, are not ready to conduct large-scale operations — meaning, in simple human language, a lot of NATO militaries are not ready to fight Russia,” General Palm said during an interview in December. “So it’s not very comforting.”

Anxiety over what experts describe as Mr. Putin’s imperial ambitions has long been a part of the psyche of states that border Russia or are uncomfortably close. “I think for Estonia, it was 1991” when his country’s alarm bells started ringing, General Palm said wryly, referring to the year that Estonia declared independence from the crumbling Soviet Union.

Just as Mr. Putin played down the Biden administration’s warnings that he was planning to invade Ukraine, Moscow has dismissed concerns that Russia is planning to attack NATO. The head of Russia’s foreign intelligence service, Sergei Naryshkin, said in an interview last week with the state-owned news agency RIA Novosti that they are part of a Western disinformation campaign to stir up discontent against Moscow.

Europe’s worry has been further fueled in recent months by Mr. Putin’s militarization of the Russian economy and huge spending increases for its army and weapons industry while, at the same time, some Republicans in Congress look to limit American aid to Ukraine.

“If anyone thinks this is only about Ukraine, they’re fundamentally mistaken,” President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine warned at the World Economic Forum this month . “Possible directions and even a timeline of a new Russian aggression beyond Ukraine become more and more obvious.”

NATO maintains that it is prepared to defend the borders of all 31 member states which, collectively, have increased national defense spending by an estimated $190 billion since 2014, when Russia first invaded Ukraine. But that was the start of building back what had become a hollowed-out military network across Europe in the decades following the end of the Cold War, a process that still could take years, analysts say.

That “peace dividend,” as the shift was called, diverted trillions of dollars from military budgets to increase spending on health care, education and housing. Europe’s defense industry also shrank as demand for battle tanks, fighter jets and submarines plummeted.

In 2006, worried about being unprepared for conflict, the top defense officials from each NATO country agreed to spend at least 2 percent of their annual domestic output on their militaries. But it was not a requirement, and when military spending hit a low point in 2014, only three of the 28 member nations of NATO at the time met the benchmark. As of last year, only 11 countries had reached the 2 percent threshold, although a Western diplomat said last week that around 20 member states are expected to meet it in 2024.

The alliance will test its readiness in a monthslong military exercise — including 90,000 troops — that began last week in what officials are billing as the largest drill NATO has staged since the end of the Cold War. That the exercise is a test of how NATO forces would respond to a Russian invasion has rattled nerves in border states, particularly the Baltics and Nordics.

“I’m not saying it is going wrong tomorrow, but we have to realize it’s not a given we are in peace,” Adm. Rob Bauer of the Netherlands, the chairman of NATO’s Military Committee, told reporters on Jan. 18 .

Noting NATO’s plans for responding to its top two threats , he added, “That’s why we are preparing for a conflict with Russia” as well as what NATO considers its other top threat, terrorism.

The NATO exercise, known as Steadfast Defender 2024 , is just one reason allies are approaching a “fever pitch” of concern that Russia could invade sooner than later, according to Christopher Skaluba, the director of the Transatlantic Security Initiative at the Atlantic Council in Washington.

He said Russia’s resilience in the face of Ukraine’s Western-equipped counteroffensive last summer had shown that Mr. Putin was “sticking around for the long term” and could redirect his economy and population to reconstitute the military within three to five years. “Just because it got all chewed up in Ukraine doesn’t mean they’re off the board for a decade or more,” Mr. Skaluba said.

And the prospect of Mr. Trump’s returning to the White House has forced Europeans to come to grips with the possibility that American support for Ukraine, or even its leadership role in NATO, could be drastically reduced as soon as next year, Mr. Skaluba said.

Taken together, “that is overcharging these broader concerns about Russia,” Mr. Skaluba said. “It’s just this unique mix of factors that is combining to make this long-held fear about Russian reconstitution, or a Russian attack on NATO, become just a little more tense than it has been for the last couple of years.”

The worries have become more pronounced just in the last several weeks.

In a Jan. 21 interview , Norway’s top military commander warned that “we are short on time” to build up defenses against an unpredictable Russia. “There is a window now that will perhaps last for one, two, maybe three years, where we will have to invest even more in a secure defense,” said the commander, Gen. Eirik Kristoffersen.

On the same day, President Sauli Niinistö of Finland sought to calm concerns prompted by reports that one Steadfast Defender scenario will test how NATO would respond to a Russian invasion of Finland. “None of the war games played over decades have been played out in real terms, and I wouldn’t overreact here,” Mr. Niinistö said on a national radio program.

And this month, Sweden’s top military commander, Gen. Micael Byden, and its minister for civil defense, Carl-Oskar Bohlin, each warned that Sweden must be prepared for war.

“Let me say it with the power of office” and “with unadorned clarity: There could be war in Sweden,” Mr. Bohlin said at a security conference.

The warnings kicked up a storm of criticism from Sweden’s opposition party and pundits, who called the remarks scaremongering and hyperbolic.

“Swedes are wondering what the government knows that they do not know,” Magdalena Andersson, head of the opposition Social Democrats, wrote in a follow-up opinion article . “Scaring the population will not make Sweden safer.”

Yet Sweden is poised to join NATO, following Finland’s accession last year, as both countries set aside years of military nonalignment over nervousness about Russian aggressions. And even as he described the commotion as “exaggerated,” Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson of Sweden made clear that Russia remains a top threat.

“There is nothing to suggest that the war is at the door now, but it’s clear that the risk of war has increased significantly,” Mr. Kristersson said in an interview with Sveriges Radio.

It hasn’t escaped Estonia’s government that the land mass that Russia seized in the initial days of its Ukraine invasion in February 2022 — before it was pushed back to the current front lines in eastern Ukraine — is roughly the size of the Baltic States.

“Their ambition is to restore their might,” said Col. Mati Tikerpuu, the commander of Estonia’s 2nd Infantry Brigade, which is based about 30 kilometers, or 18 miles, from the Russian border.

“We don’t think that this question is whether or not” Russia will try to invade, Colonel Tikerpuu said last month from his command headquarters at Taara Army Base. For many Estonians, he said, “It’s only a question of when.”

Johanna Lemola contributed reporting from Helsinki, Finland.

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9 of the Best Places to Retire in Europe

Thinking about moving abroad in your golden years? Consider these European destinations.

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More and more seniors have been opting for retirement abroad in recent years. In fact, the Social Security Administration reports that more than 700,000 Americans receive their monthly payments in foreign countries. Europe is an especially popular choice, and a number of factors explain why. Some retirees want to experience the culture of their ancestors. Others may have enjoyed vacations on the continent and want to spend more time there. Depending on the country or city, European destinations may have a low cost of living, a pleasant climate, or an overall high quality of life.

Each country has different rules on visas and residency qualifications, but in general, most require evidence of a minimum income level and private health coverage. Many have restrictions on retirees having jobs or owning property, while others make provisions for both. Americans living abroad must still file a federal tax return, though some countries have treaties that prevent double taxation on retirees' income. Keep in mind that Medicare does not pay for health care abroad, though some European countries allow legal residents to participate in their national health program.

With so many considerations, it's advisable to obtain professional advice on taxes and to research health care, visa and residency requirements, rental costs, infrastructure, and language. The U.S. State Department is an excellent resource for anyone considering retirement abroad.

If you're ready to make the leap, though, this list is here to help. We've looked into the latest policies and trends, and these are nine of the best places to retire in Europe.

Algarve, Portugal

Gorgeous white-sand beaches, warm Atlantic waters, ideal year-round weather, and an array of outdoor activities await retirees in this region on Portugal's southern coast . Historic towns like Silves boast beautiful Moorish architecture, while a bustling local airport and the relative proximity of Lisbon make the region easy to access. Considered one of the best places in the world to retire, the Algarve offers an extraordinary selection of golf courses, a healthy lifestyle, Mediterranean diet, and low cost of living. Best of all for monolingual seniors, English is widely spoken.

Legal residents are able to register with the National Health Service to get pay-as-you-go access to public hospitals and health centers, though it's worth noting that obtaining private health insurance is required as a condition of receiving a residence permit. (Other requirements include a passport and proof of income.) These permits are mandatory for retirees wanting to stay longer than three months, though once a permit is issued, it remains valid for five years. Residents can also apply for a permanent permit when the initial one expires. If you want to simply make a long visit rather than moving to the country, that's doable too: no visa is needed for stays of fewer than 90 days within a six-month period.

Income is generally taxed, but Portugal offers 10 years with no tax on retirement pensions under certain qualifications of its Non-Habitual Resident (NHR) program.

Bordeaux, France

A lovely riverfront city in southwestern France, Bordeaux enjoys warm summers and mild winters. Conveniently situated a short drive from the Atlantic Ocean and close to a multitude of renowned wineries , the city has much to offer visitors and residents alike. Museums, galleries, concert halls, public parks, restaurants, cafes, outdoor markets, and lively nightlife are all plentiful. Getting here (and traveling once you've settled in) is also easy, thanks to a modern system of high-speed trains that connect Bordeaux to various cities in France and across Europe.

France's health care system has been recognized as one of the best in the world, and, fortunately for would-be residents, it's accessible even to noncitizens under certain conditions. If you live in the country for three consecutive months and stay for a minimum of 183 days per year, you're eligible to apply for public health care.

A long-stay visa is required to remain in France for more than 90 days, and this must be obtained while still in the United States. To apply, you'll need to provide your local French consulate with a passport, extra photos, and proof of financial self-sufficiency and confirmed housing, among other documents.

Budapest, Hungary

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With beautiful historic buildings, excellent restaurants, thermal baths, and friendly citizens, Budapest is becoming a popular retirement destination for both Europeans and Americans. The city developed a reputation in the early 2000s for affordability, and, though prices have risen since, the cost of living is still appealingly low — think $1,000-a-month rent and high-end dinners for $50.

Hungary is a member of the European Union, making continental travel a breeze (though remember that the country uses its own currency, the forint). A rich culture, vibrant nightlife, and a location on the Danube have attracted a large international community, which means English speakers are easy to find.

Foreigners are permitted to buy property in Budapest, and the health care system is generally regarded as good. Foreign retirees can become eligible for permanent residency after just three years of living continuously in Hungary, as long as they meet certain criteria like having a stable home in the country.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

This capital city of about 295,000 is an emerging favorite among retirement-age expats. A former Yugoslav republic, Slovenia has been independent since 1991 and a European Union member since 2004, and it boasts a rich culture and diverse natural environment . A wide range of attractions can be found within a few hours' drive of Ljubljana, from Adriatic beaches and Alpine ski resorts to the Italian city of Venice. Slovenia has a long history of winemaking and several UNESCO World Heritage sites, one of which is located in the center of Ljubljana. The capital also offers a charming mix of old and new architecture and a walkable urban core that's on par with many better-known European cities — but without the throngs of tourists.

No visa is required here for stays of up to 90 days. If you wish to stay longer than that, you'll begin by applying for a temporary residence permit. People with Slovene heritage can expedite the permit process, so fire up the ancestry test if you're interested in relocating. Health care is considered adequate, and many people purchase private health insurance if they are not eligible for the public program. Income is taxable on residents, but double taxation can be avoided with proper IRS filing.

Split, Croatia

Growing in popularity as a tourist destination, Croatia is also quite attractive as a retirement location. Not only does the country have approximately 3,600 miles of coastline, but warm, dry summers and mild winters create a desirable climate. The country's second-largest city, Split, offers easy access to some of the best beaches in Croatia . The Roman emperor Diocletian built his palace here, and its remains have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Restaurants, bars, cultural and entertainment venues, and many English-speaking residents make it relatively easy to adapt.

U.S. citizens who intend to stay longer than 90 days must apply for a temporary residence permit , and once you've lived in Croatia for five years, you become eligible for permanent residency. U.S. citizens are also permitted to purchase real estate in Croatia. Health care is considered adequate, and English-speaking doctors are available.

Alicante, Spain

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Located on Spain's southeastern coast, Alicante offers exquisite beaches, dynamic nightlife, and historic attractions. The climate is the most famous draw here — the warm, waterfront city has been called the sunniest in Europe — but the culinary scene is equally impressive. Reasonably priced dining options range from casual to elegant, with fresh seafood and the artisan stalls of the Alicante Central Market being particular highlights.

With a population of just over 330,000, Alicante has all the amenities of a major city, yet it maintains a reputation for being cozy and friendly. It's well connected to destinations across Spain thanks to an excellent rail system, and the bustling Alicante-Elche Airport also helps make travel a breeze.

High-end housing can certainly be found here given Alicante's longtime popularity with foreign nationals, but it's also possible to rent modest homes for under $1,000 per month or to purchase them for as little as $100,000. Health care also tends to be affordable, and, as is the case throughout Spain, it's regarded as being of exceptional quality, with state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained doctors. Non-Europeans looking to retire in Spain should contact their local Spanish embassy to apply for a long-stay retirement visa, which must be renewed annually. After five years, you can apply for permanent residency.

Valletta, Malta

Valletta is the tiny capital city of Malta, a country composed of three islands in the Mediterranean Sea about 60 miles south of Sicily. Though the city has a population of around 6,000, this UNESCO World Heritage site punches above its weight in terms of history and culture. Appealing features include a picturesque coastal location on a peninsula between two sheltered harbors and architecture that dates back as far as the 16th century. Serviceable public transit and strong walkability add to the ease of living here.

The main language besides Maltese is English, and the country has a large population of expats from the U.K., Australia, and the U.S. Affordability is another draw: one-bedroom apartments in the capital region can rent for as low as $750 a month, and groceries and restaurant dining are also reasonably priced.

Private health care in Malta is recommended for non-EU expatriates, and is both highly rated and inexpensive compared to U.S. options. Malta and the U.S. have a treaty in place for relief from double taxation on income. Plus, residency can be established in several ways, making relocation to Malta accessible for retirees.

Kinsale, Ireland

Situated on the southern coast of the Republic of Ireland , Kinsale is a historic town known for its colorful architecture and thriving maritime culture. For retirees who enjoy the outdoors, this could be an ideal spot. The waterfront offers beaches, fishing, and boating opportunities, while cycling, hiking, and horseback riding are all available on shore. One of the country's most beautiful golf courses, Old Head, is nearby, and even for non-golfers, it's the perfect place for a walk among sea breezes and stunning views.

English is spoken, of course, and foodies will appreciate the abundance of restaurants and fresh seafood. The weather is mild, and the proximity of the city of Cork (30 minutes to the north) makes rail travel and international flights easy to access. Living costs are comparable to those in the United States, though housing prices have been increasing across Ireland in recent years.

In order to stay beyond three months, visa applicants must prove adequate income (around $54,000 annually) and substantial savings. Temporary residence visas can be renewed annually for five years, at which point the duration is extended to five years per visa. Private health coverage is advised, and health care is considered good.

Prague, Czech Republic

This unique and captivating city is particularly welcoming to foreigners — it's home to more than 200,000 expatriates and a growing number of retirees. Nicknamed the City of a Hundred Spires, Prague was mostly spared in World War II, as evidenced by its colorful Baroque and Gothic architecture. The entire Old Town has been named a World Heritage site, yet the Czech Republic's capital is a modern city with high standards of living, world-class art and museums, diverse cuisine, and a range of historic pubs and inventive breweries.

Affordable rents can be found just outside the city center, including in many impressively modern apartments. Centrally located in Europe, Prague is a great base from which to explore all of the continent. Plus, its health care system is among Europe's best. Health insurance is mandatory yet comes at a reasonable cost, and there are plenty of high-quality, well-trained doctors, many of whom speak English. U.S. citizens or other non-EU residents wishing to retire in Prague must obtain a long-term visa , beginning with an application at their most convenient Czech consulate. Permanent residency can be applied for after living legally in the Czech Republic for five years.

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Watch Soulwax debut new songs and epic stage show on 2024 UK and European tour

The dance-rock icons returned with a dark new vibe, three drummers and a taster of their next album

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Soulwax have debuted new material as well as an ambitious stage show on their recent 2024 UK and European tour. Check out footage and photos below.

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The Belgian dance-punk icons performed their first live shows in five years with a 13-date run that kicked off on the continent before hitting the UK over the weekend.

NME attended the London date at The Roundhouse in London on Friday (February 2), where the Dewaele brothers were backed by a huge new live production and joined by a band that included three drummers and number of other musicians across synth and guitars.

While the trio of percussionists was a repeat from the band’s previous tours in support of predecessor albums ‘From Deewee’ and ‘Essential’, this time the electronic pioneers swapped the white outfits for all black in a show with a more cyberpunk edge – echoed by the interpretations of old material and the feel of the new songs aired.

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New song ‘Hot Like Sahara’ has been used to open the set, reminiscent of the rock leanings of the band’s earlier material before taking on a more dark and sci-fi dramatic turn. Other new material aired includes the paranoid post-punk-indebted ‘Idiots In Love’, the aggressive synthy rave-rock of ‘New Earth Time’, and the blissed-out mid-set breather of ‘Polaris’.

Watch footage of the new songs and from across the tour below.

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Speaking to NME back in 2017 , David Dewaele explained how the album ‘From Deewee’ was written with the “live set-up of three drummers in mind” – and that new material would also be in that vein.

“What we’re doing now is just trying to take that concept a bit further,” he said. “This won’t be a complete departure. It’s a system that works, and we don’t really feel that we’ve exhausted the whole idea of it. We’re all really good friends and it’s fun to be on tour, so we’re just like, ‘Let’s make another one’.”

After the London Roundhouse show, the Dewaele brothers played an intimate afterparty as 2ManyDJs at The Moth Club in Hackney.

Details of Soulwax’s sixth studio album and further tour dates are expected in the months ahead, but the Dewaele brothers will be bringing their legendary Despacio soundsystem and club night – in collaboration with LCD Soundsystem ‘s James Murphy – to their the Wintercircus in Ghent, Belgium on March 16 and 17.

2ManyDJs will also be performing a DJ set at London’s Field Day as part of All Points East on Saturday August 24, on a day headlined by Justice and PinkPantheress .

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