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The Snuts

What a coincidence: The Snuts released their second album ‘Burn The Empire’ (2022) at the same time that British people were mourning their deceased queen and Liz Truss tried to rule the nation with an iron fist. The record dealt with the new poverty that engulfs Great Britain and consolidated the position of the four-piece as a promising young band. The Snuts make unpretentious pop rock that’s both danceable and has something to say. The spirit of Arctic Monkeys and The Libertines is never far away but that’s no problem whatsoever. Their 2021 debut ‘W.L.’ (2021) was a source of pride back home. After all, it was the first record by a Scottish band to reach the top of the UK charts in 15 years. The letters W and L stand for The Whitburn Loopy, the nickname of a bunch of troublemakers in their home village of Whitburn.


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