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The Snuts share new track ‘Gloria’, the first release on their own record label

'This song is all about finding the beauty and romance in the most normal of things', explained The Snuts' frontman Jack Cochrane.

By Nick Reilly

The Snuts (Picture: Gaz Williamson)

The Snuts have returned with their latest single ‘Gloria’, marking the group’s first release on their newly established label.

The first new single from the group since 2022’s Burn The Empire arrives via the group’s newly setup Happy Artists Records – via The Orchard – after departing from Parlophone Records.

Mixed by Spike Stent and produced by singer Jack Cochrane and longtime collaborator Scotty Anderson, the track comes ahead of the group’s biggest shows to date at SWG3 in Glasgow in July.

“This song is all about finding the beauty and romance in the most normal of things.” explained frontman Jack Cochrane. “As a band, our lives have never really transformed out of the boundaries of normal everyday existence, and we truly value the thoughts and feelings of the average person and how our lives look. We’ve never been more excited to present a song by The Snuts that captures such a raw and genuine intention, whilst making you want to get up and dance with your loved ones.”

You can check out the track in full below.

Last year saw the group opening up to Rolling Stone UK about their success so far and why a chance encounter with Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil convinced them not to sit on their laurels.

“We bumped into Simon Neil from Biffy Clyro at Abbey Road Studios a while ago,” said Cochrane.

“He just explained how they were touring for years and making no money, but making sure their live shows were incredible for people coming to see it. They were always coming back because their shows were a place to go for a great time.”

“That’s how you can get to an arena level,” Cochrane adds. “We see no reason why we can’t do that.”