As the band reach the climax of a tense chart battle with Demi Lovato, The Snuts today release the stunning sun soaked video for fan-favourite ‘Glasgow’. The track is taken from the band’s excellent debut album, W.L., which arrived last week. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQ7awG2ZGrA You can read our interview with The Snuts here: https://www.northernchorus.co.uk/2021/04/01/interview-the-snuts/ and watch
When we interviewed The Snuts back in 2018, it was clear this was a band on the cusp of bigger things. Raw demos such as Glasgow, Sing for Your Supper and The Matador EP showcased what this West Lothian four-piece was all about, a band with the ability and belief to silence doubters and critics
With their highly-anticipated debut album, ‘W.L.’, out next month, The Snuts have announced a very special livestream show from Stirling Castle on 26th March. The event will give fans an exclusive opportunity to hear the album in its entirety ahead of release on 2nd April. Access to the event is available with a limited edition 4xCD bundle HERE. Frontman,
Although we’re only midway through February, we have already been treated to some great new music. We’ve launched a new ‘Best of 2021’ playlist, which we will update throughout the year. The playlist will include established artists and rising stars, with some of our favourite tracks of the year. Our first wave of tracks is
It’s Valentines Day! And a great excuse to delve into the more romantic side of our favourite artists. Yes, we all love the stadium anthems, but sometimes it’s the love songs that show off songwriters at their very best, so we have compiled a list of our 20 favourite love songs from up north. Only
Ahead of their debut album release, W.L., The Snuts have today released their latest single ‘Somebody Loves You‘, which premiered on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show. The band teamed up with the Scottish Refugee Council to create the video and help raise awareness for the charity. Directed by Michael Sherrington and shot in Glasgow, the video follows the lives
2020 was a great year for music and a saving grace for many as we struggled through lockdowns and tiered restrictions. So here’s to hoping 2021 is going to deliver the goods once more. It was, of course, a strong year for the likes of Biffy Clyro, The 1975, The Cribs, Everything Everything and Blossoms.
Considering what an awful year 2020 has been for all, it has been a stand-out year for music, with plenty of great new tracks to keep us going through lockdowns and restrictions. We recently documented our Top 10 Albums of 2020, which was a hard enough job in itself. However, narrowing down the Top 10