Having formed at school originally, The Snuts, hailing from West Lothian in Scotland used their emphatic live reputation to build a strong fan base across the UK and beyond in their formative years. Their debut album “W.L." stormed the charts in 2021 to beat Demi Lovato in a tense chart battle to number 1, making them the first Scottish band in 14 years to release a debut number-1 album.
They released their follow-up album Burn The Empire to rave reviews in September this year. Produced by collaborators Detonate and Clarence Coffee Jr (Due Lipa, Years & Years), the album, which claimed another Top 3, for the band, continues their evolution both sonically and lyrically (“A fearless evolution” **** NME)
A voice for the next generation lead singer Jack Cochrane attacks subjects affecting the youth of today, addressing corrupt corporations and politicians, as well as the lethal effects of poverty across Britain and its impact on society.
Infectious, euphoric, heartfelt and packed to the brim with hooks, Burn The Empire is the work of a band living in the moment, with an eye to the future. Armed with a chart-topping album 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.