The good news keeps rolling for fans of The Snuts. After their debut album, “W.L.”, shot to the top of the charts in 2021, the West Lothian outfit have gone from strength to strength, including a Glastonbury debut, main stage TRNSMT slot, and the announcement of brand new album, “Burn the Empire”, out October 7th.
Now, the Scots have announced a huge 14-date UK headline tour for October, including dates at London’s KOKO and Glasgow’s O2 Academy. It follows the release of a video for new single “The Rodeo”, directed by Alice Backham (Coldplay, Wet Leg, Rachel Chinouriri) and shot in Mexico City, which you can watch HERE.
It has cemented their status as one of UK guitar music’s biggest hopes, with The Snuts not putting a foot wrong so far in their constantly elevating career. Their new album has been produced by longtime collaborators Detonate and Clarence Coffee Jr, and includes lead single and title track, “Burn the Empire”, along with “Zuckerpunch” and “The Rodeo”.
Frontman, Jack Cochrane commented: “The universe delivered us time to create a record where we finally felt we could address some of the topics, be it societal or spiritual, that we have been dying to scream out. There are songs about the highs & lows, stuff we really want to talk about and things we cannot help but feel, but have just never made the space to.”
THE SNUTS OCTOBER 2022 TOUR
Sun 2nd Bristol, O2 Academy
Tue 4th Brighton, Chalk
Fri 7th Birmingham, O2 Academy
Sat 8th Sheffield, O2 Academy
Sun 9th Liverpool, Camp & Furnace
Fri 14th Middlesborough, Town Hall
Sat 15th Edinburgh, Usher Hall
Mon 17th Norwich, UEA
Wed 19th Southampton, Engine Rooms
Fri 21st Nottingham, Rock City
Sat 22nd Leeds, O2 Academy
Mon 24th London, KOKO
Tue 25th Glasgow, O2 Academy
Fri 28th Inverness, Ironworks
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