JUST a week removed from their triumphant headline show at London’s Brixton Academy, The Snuts have shared an uplifting new single ‘End Of The Road’

The band team up with fast-rising singer-songwriter Rachel Chinouriri for the song, who also joined them on stage at last week’s gig.

Marking their third release since last year’s chart-topping ‘W.L’ album, ‘End of the Road’ is another sonic evolution for the band – and a shift away from the ferocious, protest song ‘Burn The Empire’ and the politically charged ’Zuckerpunch’. Instead, the band opt for a more gentle, wistful approach with – describing the song as an anthem for the break-hearted. Despite what that may suggest though, it’s armed with an uplifting message – with the dual vocals offering a sense of hope and light.

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.” He continues: “The soothing tones of our friend Rachel Chinouriri, who features heavily in the song, helps inject an almost confessional burst of light throughout.”

“This song came about quite spontaneously which is sometimes how the best things come about,” Rachel Chinouriri adds. “I really loved it when I first heard it and when I met the boys the lyrics and melody came to us so naturally. 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.”

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Photo by Edward Cooke