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Scottish  indies The Snuts keep up their non-stop run of releases with today dropping thumping new Tony Hoffer (Beck, Goldfrapp, M83)-produced track ‘Elephants’.

Premiered by Annie Mac on BBC Radio One last night, the track is the band’s first taste of new music since the release of their ‘Mixtape EP’ in March.

Recorded at The Firepit in London, ‘Elephants’ sees The Snuts hit a new gear. The unashamedly raw, rousing track sees the band continue their cross pollination of genres, with singer Jack Cochrane’s candid vocals becoming a staple of the band’s sound.
Speaking of the track, the frontman said: “’Elephants’ is another twist on our ever growing diverse catalogue. The song in whole features a change in lyrical style leaning more towards referencing.” He continues, “The main theme of this track is about believing in your own ability in times of struggle and diversity.”

The Snuts are already beginning to craft an undeniably magnetic following, having captured the imagination of fans across Scotland with their early demos and infamously anthemic, all-encompassing live show. The band performed their much-anticipated debut headliner at Glasgow’s legendary King Tuts in December 2017, having sold out in a matter of hours.

Band Members:
Jack Cochrane,
Joe McGillveray,
Callum Wilson,
Jordan Mackay