Scottish cult sensation The Snuts are travelling the entire length of the country to spread their acclaimed indie anthems across the UK. After encapsulating the hearts and minds of the whole of Scotland, the youthful quartet will attempt to do the same to the audience of Brighton’s Prince Albert on the 15 Oct.
With the forthcoming release of their newest single Manhattan Project, produced by Dave McCracken, the man responsible for tracks from Ian Brown and Depeche Mode, The Snuts will embark on their debut UK headline tour this autumn. After their first single Seasons became a viral sensation exceeding over one million plays, the band’s popularity and recognition soared and saw them perform tirelessly over the festival season, appearing at Reading, Leeds, Benicassim, Bingley Live, TRNSMT and Belladrum.
Guitarist and vocalist Jack Cochrane described Manhattan Project as a “tale of relief after a disaster”, going on to say, “it’s a combination of war and romance wrapped up tightly inside a 2018 indie anthem.” With rock magazine Clash describing their live shows as displaying “blistering energy”, the four Scots will undoubtedly deliver a live show as passionate and electric as the story of the song they are showcasing.
Expect a live show of energising drum fills, charismatic vocals, pure emotion and undeniable aggression all fused into a classic indie sing a long frenzy, Brighton being the eighth date of the tour. Make sure to grab tickets as soon as possible, as all three Scotland dates sold out in the first date of their release. The Snuts are not a band to be missed and they certainly won’t be a band you will forget.