The Snuts are a Scottish indie rock band hailing from West Lothian. Formed in 2015, the band consists of lead vocalist and guitarist Jack Cochrane, lead guitarist Joe McGillveray, bassist Callum Wilson, and drummer Jordan Mackay. Known for their energetic performances and anthemic sound, The Snuts quickly gained attention in the UK music scene.
The band’s breakthrough came with their debut EP, “The Matador,” released in 2017. This was followed by their EP “Mixtape EP” in 2018, which featured tracks like “Glasgow” and “Manhattan Project.” These releases helped solidify their fan base and showcase their ability to craft catchy and dynamic indie rock tunes.
In 2021, The Snuts released their highly anticipated debut studio album, “W.L,” which debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart. The album featured singles like “All Your Friends” and “Somebody Loves You,” and it received critical acclaim for its infectious hooks and memorable lyrics.
The Snuts’ rise to prominence has been marked by their grassroots approach to building a fan base and their reputation for delivering electrifying live performances. With their distinctive sound and growing success, The Snuts continue to be a notable force in the contemporary indie rock scene.