Following a raucous headline show at London’s Brixton Academy last month, The Snuts have teamed with rising alternative artist Rachel Chinouriri on uplifting new single ‘End Of The Road’. The single, which Rachel joined the band onstage to perform at Brixton Academy in April, is the third taste of new music since their acclaimed, number 1-selling debut album, W.L. The band are currently in the studio working on the follow-up to W.L.

Produced by Detonate and Coffee at London’s infamous Abbey Road Studios and premiered on Clara Amfo’s Radio 1 show, ‘End Of The Road’ is an anthem for the broken-hearted. A song full of hope, lead singer Jack Cochrane said of the track “End of The Road is intended to be a musical antidote. A remedy for heartache. We wanted the track to be direct and truly versify a sense of self forgiveness and redemption.’ He continues, ‘The soothing tones of our friend Rachel Chinouriri, who features heavily in the song, helps inject an almost confessional burst of light throughout.

This song came about quite spontaneously which is sometimes how the best things come about,’ Rachel Chinouriri said. ‘I really loved it when I first heard it and when I met the boys the lyrics and melody came to us so naturally. You can hear the difference in mine and Jack’s accents, which I think adds something unique to the song. Glasgow and London truly combine so well here.

Never content to stay still, ‘End Of The Road’ is a further evolution of the band both sonically and lyrically. The track follows their ferocious, protest song ‘Burn The Empire’ and the politically charged probe into social media, ‘Zuckerpunch’.

The Snuts are well and truly into their stride. With a chart-topping album under their belts and an arsenal of adoring fans up and down the country, these four lads from Whitburn, West Lothian, are well on their way to being one of the most vital bands of recent years.

The Snuts play a string of summer festivals in the UK this summer. Tickets available HERE.

Thurs 12th        Coventry, HMV Empire REvive Live 2.0
Fri 13th            Hebden Bridge, Trades Club Revive Live 2.0
Sat 14th           Falkirk, Temple Revive Live 2.0
Sat 28th           Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender
Sun 29th         Norwich, Neck of the Woods

Sat 4th             Leeds, Live At Leeds
Fri 17th            IOW, IOW Festival

Sat 9th             Glasgow, TRNSMT
Sat 19th           Glasgow, Hampden Park w/ Gerry Cinnamon
Fri 29th             Matlock, Y Not
Sun 3st            Penrith, Kendall Calling

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