The Snuts – “Dreams” – Release date August 23, 2023
Just back from playing to a massive crowd at Summer Sonic Festival in Japan and a raucous debut sold-out tour in Australia, as well as two huge sold-out hometown shows playing to 8,000 people at Glasgow’s SWG3 last month, The Snuts close the summer with their sun drenched anthem ‘Dreams’. The track is the second single the band have released since their acclaimed 2022 sophomore album Burn The Empire. Listen to ‘Dreams’ HERE. Rapturously opening their sets at SWG3 in July, ‘Dreams’ is The Snuts at their vibrant best; Infectious, soaked in sunshine and packed to the brim with lead singer Jack Cochrane’s singalong hooks. Produced by Jack and longtime collaborator Scotty Anderson at Watercolour Music in Fort William and Magic Box in Dundee, the track sees the band reuniting with WL collaborator Tony Hoffer (Beck, Depeche Mode, Phoenix) on mixing duties.
ROCK AT NIGHT SAYS: An upbeat, feel-good song you’ll be playing in the car all summer.
Set to become a mainstay across festival stages around the world, Jack says of the track “’Dreams’ is a feel good track, which celebrates the feeling of punching way above your weight, when life feels almost too good to be true.” The Snuts are well and truly into their stride. With chart-topping and top 3 albums under their belts, songs that attack subjects affecting the youth of today, 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. Currently in the studio working on the followup to Burn The Empire, The Snuts return to the main stage at Reading & Leeds Festivals this weekend.
UK LIVE DATESAUGUST Fri 25th Leeds Festival 2023 Sun 27th Reading Festival 2023 The Snuts are Jack Cochrane, Callum ‘29’ Wilson, Joe McGillveray and Jordan ‘Joko’ Mackay.
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