The Snuts tickets

The Snuts Tickets

The Snuts Plus Special Guests The Fleece, Bristol

Tuesday 11th January 2022 Doors at 19:30

The Snuts Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

Wednesday 12th January 2022 Doors at 19:00

The Snuts Plus Special Guests Waterfront, Norwich

Sunday 16th January 2022 Doors at 19:30

The Snuts The Button Factory, Dublin

Tuesday 25th January 2022 Doors at 19:30

Recently announced: Performing at NEIGHBOURHOOD WEEKENDER Victoria Park, Warrington

Saturday 28th May 2022 - Sunday 29th May 2022 Doors at 12:00

Performing at Tramlines Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

Friday 22nd July 2022 - Sunday 24th July 2022 Gates at: 12:00

Performing at Tramlines - Payment Plan Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

Friday 22nd July 2022 - Sunday 24th July 2022 Gates at: 12:00

Supporting The Music + The Cribs + The Coral + The Snuts + The Skinner Brothers + Tim Burgess (DJ) Temple Newsam, Leeds

Thursday 2nd June 2022 Gates at: 15:00
The Snuts Fan Reviews (2) 5.0
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"Great band"
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The Snuts, Night People, Manchester - 12th December 2018

Excellent gig, Snuts absolutely smashed it. Good work lads.

Posted anonymously on 14/12/2018

"Fantastic gig, loads of potential, good luck The Snuts 😍"
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The Snuts, The Eagle Inn, Salford - 29th March 2018

Great gig, fab band with lots of potential

Posted by Sharon on 30/03/2018

Fresh off the back of a blisstering, sold-out, sweat-drenched UK tour The Snutsreturn with their scathing new single, ‘Burn The Empire’, their first taste of new music since their acclaimed, number 1-selling debut album, W.L., stormed the charts earlier this year.

Produced by Detonate at Angelic Studio, ‘Burn The Empire’ is first and foremost a protest song against the corrupt corporations and politicians. Not content on just writing huge guitar-pop songs, the track is a statement of intent and a call to arms for change. It’s raw, furious and packed with hooks. BURN THE EMPIRE!

“I wanted the word ‘empire’ to feel open, almost rhetorical to what constitutes or qualifies as an oppressive factor in your life, because it certainly exists for 99% of people. We were driven to standup against the negative effects of big corporations on the everyday person. We all understand that these companies act ruthlessly and unethically in the name of profit.” Lead singer Jack Cochrane said of the track.

“I think young people have always wanted a fairer and more equal society and it’s the voices of the old, the discontent and the ignorantthat try and squash that. We believe in 2022 there is no place for fascism or oppression of any kind and we must burn the empire that represents it.The Snuts are well and truly into their stride. With a chart-topping album under their belts 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

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