Drawing comparisons with early Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon and Oasis; West Lothian quartet The Snuts have emerged as a word-of-mouth phenomenon throughout Scotland.
In the process they’ve already passed a million streams at Spotify of their early demo recordings – all achieved organically without being promoted to radio, playlists or press.
The Snuts‘ combination of sheer energy, natural charisma and a growing catalogue of indie anthems has already been rewarded with a cult following.
Their rise to stardom has seen the band release their first full single ‘Seasons‘, which you can listen to on the Shoot Music – New Releases Playlist.
Their first headline show at the Glasgow institution King Tut’s sold-out in a matter of hours, and was soon followed by subsequent sold-out dates in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee and Manchester.
With such homeland backing to their name, The Snuts are now looking to take their ragged rock ‘n’ roll manifesto to a wider audience.
That process starts with the release of their first full single ‘Seasons’.
Produced by Dave McCracken (Ian Brown, Depeche Mode) and mixed by John Foyle (Richard Russell’s Everything Is Recorded), ‘Seasons’ captures the traits that have made The Snuts a name to watch.
Its striking central guitar riff echoes a who’s who of Brit indie greats, while frontman Jack Cochrane’s lead vocals bristle with character and power.
In addition to pure attitude, however, ‘Seasons’ also possesses a melancholy edge that demonstrates their potential to fill much larger stages.