Hum is an alternative rock band from Champaign, Illinois, USA. They are best known for their 1995 radio hit "Stars". After initially disbanding in 2000, Hum were mostly inactive (except for sporadic performances) until reuniting in 2015 for a series of short tours. On June 23, 2020, the band announced and released Inlet, their first album of new material in over twenty-two years. On July 1, 2021, it was announced via Instagram that the band's long time drummer, Bryan St. Pere, had passed away at age 52.
There are others named Hum:
2) Hum is a Russian underground artist Dmitry Chistov creating emotional dronescapes having a prolific output and quite active in the Russian underground scene under various names such as Maw, Sphogha, etc. Is closely related to Exit in Grey, having a similar musical style and occasionally working together on collaboration CD's.
3) Hum is a Thai pop-soul band hailing from Chiangmai, releasing one self-titled album before splitting.
4) Hum is a Russian diverse experimental electronic project of Valentin Lanskoy. Albums to date (2013): Home Music, Aera, Komsomol Scouts Space. The last one released on CD by USC.