The Snuts announce 2024 winter UK tour including Manchester, Nottingham and Newcastle




Announce 2024 Winter UK TourPlay London’s Roundhouse November 27thNew Album Millennials


Out February 23rd, 2024 via Happy Artist Records / The Orchard


With their highly-anticipated new album Millennials coming later this month, Scottish 4-piece The Snuts have announced a 2024 UK winter tour, including a date at London’s Roundhouse on Wednesday November 27th.

Kicking off at Newcastle City Hall on Friday November 22nd, the 8 date tour follows the band’s sold-out album launch shows at the Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom on February 27th and 28th and a summer run of festivals including a headline slot at Liverpool’s Sound City Festival in May. Full list of dates HERE.


Tue 27th           Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom                      Sold-OutWed 28th         Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom                      Sold-Out


Sat 4th             Liverpool, Soundcity Festival


Fri 12th             Glasgow, TRNSMT FestivalSat 27th             Tramlines Festival, SheffieldSun 28th            Truck Festival, Oxfordshire


Fri 2nd                Kendal Calling, KendalSat 3rd               Y Not Festival, DerbyFri 23rd               Victorious Festival, Portsmouth


Fri 22nd            Newcastle, City HallSun 24th           Bristol, AcademyTue 26th           Bournemouth, AcademyWed 27th         London, RoundhouseFri29th              Birmingham, AcademySat 30th           Manchester, Victoria Warehouse


Mon 2nd          Nottingham, Rock CityTue 3rd            Leeds, Academy



From start to finish, top to bottom, Millennials has been made entirely to The Snuts’ script. The result: a tight, taut, fat-free masterclass in songwriting and production, with 10 tracks clocking in just shy of half-an-hour. Also look out for ‘Millionaires’, an epic anthem with stadium scale, as well as ‘Circles’, the last track on the album and a fittingly epic closer to everything the band wanted to achieve with Millennials.

Frontman Jack Cochrane took the studio lead in collaboration with the band’s live MD Scott Anderson. Tracks were written on the run as The Snuts toured the world in support of their previous Top 3 album Burn The Empire, recorded on the fly in tour buses, dressing rooms, hotel rooms and a 300-quid-a-week studio in the Scottish Highlands.

The Snuts have a 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. As these four lads from Whitburn, West Lothian vowed four years ago, The Snuts wanted to be risky. And with Millennials, the millennial men of The Snuts have followed through on that promise.

On their third album they’ve followed up, changed up and – fully, wholeheartedly, joyfully – revved up.

The Snuts are Jack Cochrane, Callum ‘29’ Wilson, Joe McGillverayand Jordan ‘Joko’ Mackay.