The Snuts have announced that they will postpone the release of their debut album ‘WL’ for a fortnight, citing logistical concerns raised by both Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic.
The emerging Scottish stars are due to release their debut album via Parlophone on March 19th, which will now be released on April 2nd.
“This is intended to combat possible freight delays caused by Brexit and Covid-19 and to guarantee that all fans will receive their pre-ordered records on the official release date,” the band confirmed in a statement.
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Singer Jack Cochrane said before about the record: “Our debut album ‘WL’ is our life’s work. It’s a collection of milestones and melodies that shape a dream that we made a reality.
“It’s a record for being true, loving, and resilient.”
The delay comes after the band recently released their new video for “Somebody Loves You,” partnering with the Scottish Refugee Council.
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The band’s romantic track is a direct collaboration with the charity dedicated to helping vulnerable refugees.
Not only does the clip pass the entire production budget for the video to the charity, but it also directly shows the stories of those the charity has helped directly.
They were also featured in the NME 100, our list of the top 100 new artists for 2021.
“If you listen to The Snuts for a moment, you will quickly find that the Scottish boys are already experts at making hymns for everyone that combine love, loss and everyday life with killer choirs,” says our verdict.
“When this album comes out in early 2021, expect these shows to get even bigger.