Following their raucous headline show at London’s Brixton Academy recently, The Snuts have teamed with rising alt RnB artist Rachel Chinouriri to present the uplifting new single End Of The Road. First performed onstage at Brixton Academy in April, it’s their third new music release since acclaimed number 1-selling debut album, 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 a hopeful anthem for the broken-hearted. Snuts lead singer Jack Cochrane says: “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.’ Rachel Chinouriri’s soothing tones give light to the song, which shows a further evolution of the band’s sound. It follows their ferocious, protest song Burn The Empire and the politically charged probe into social media, Zuckerpunch.
“This song came about quite spontaneously which is sometimes how the best things come about. 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”’ – Rachel Chinouriri
The Snuts are well and truly in their stride. With a chart-topping album under their belts and a growing arsenal of adoring fans worldwide, the West Lothian foursome are well on their way to becoming one of the most exciting acts of recent years.
See The Snuts UK Summer shows below – Tickets available HERE
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