The Snuts showcase their riotous sound on latest single ‘Manhattan Project’


Having captured the imagination of fans in their home nation, Scottish indie rock quartet The Snuts continue to power forward with the release of their new single ‘Manhattan Project’.

With their sound having drawn comparisons with early Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon and OasisThe Snut‘s cult following north of the border has seen them surpass one million Spotify streams of their debut demo EP ‘The Matador’, released in 2017.

The West Lothian group have been spreading their rock ‘n’ roll gospel further afield this summer with a succession of memorable major festival performances including Reading & Leeds, Benicàssim, Bingley Live, TRNSMT and Belladrum.

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‘Manhattan Project’ is their second official release following ‘Seasons’, which emerged after said early demos became a viral hit.

Produced by Dave McCracken (Ian Brown, Depeche Mode), ‘Manhattan Project’ explodes into life with a collision of serrated riffs, energising drum fills and charismatic vocals from frontman Jack Cochrane which blend emotion and aggression in equal measure.

Cochrane commented, “‘Manhattan Project’ is a tale of relief after a disaster. It’s a combination of war and romance wrapped up tightly inside a 2018 indie anthem.”

The quartet continue to perform and down the UK throughout the Autumn, with their current touring schedule set to culminate in a performance at EH6 Festival in Edinburgh on November 24.

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