The Snuts have announced their debut album ‘W.L.’ along with a huge UK headline tour

The long-awaited LP is out on March 19th.

Indie blazers The Snuts have announced details of their hotly anticipated debut album.

‘W.L.’ is set for release on March 19th, featuring previously unveiled stormers such as ‘Always’, Maybe California’, ‘Elephants’, ‘All My Friends’ and much more. Speaking about the album, lead singer Jack Cochrane said: “Our debut album W.L. is our lifetime work. It’s a collection of milestones and melodies that time stamp a dream we had becoming a reality. It’s a record about being true, loving and resilient.”

The Snuts have also announced details of a big-time UK headline tour to take place next May/June, calling across the nation for some of their biggest shows to date including festival appearances at Neighbourhood Weekender, Sound City, Teddy Rocks, This Is Tomorrow and Sonic Wave alongside an important night at the famed Barrowlands in Glasgow. “We promised ourselves that playing the world famous Barrowlands and releasing our debut record would be eternally intertwined” adds Jack“This occasion is a celebration of that fact for us as a band and the fans who have supported us unconditionally.”

Check out the full headline run below, with general sale tickets on sale from next Friday (December 11th), along with a teaser clip of the album soundtracked by fan-favourite ‘Glasgow’.

The Snuts will play:

30 Liverpool Sound City

01 Teddy Rocks Festival
02 CARDIFF The Globe
04 SHEFFIELD Leadmill
05 LEEDS Stylus
08 NORWICH Waterfront
10 BRISTOL The Fleece
11 OXFORD O2 Academy
14 EDINBURGH Corn Exchange
15 LONDON Kentish Town Forum
17 DERBY The Venue
18 BRIGHTON Concorde 2
19 EXETER Phoenix
21 COLCHESTER Arts Centre
22 HULL Asylum
23 BLACKPOOL Waterloo
25 DUBLIN Button Factory
26 BELFAST Empire
28 LEEDS Temple Newsam
29 Neighbourhood Weekender
30 This Is Tomorrow

01 Sonic Wave Festival
11 GLASGOW Barrowlands

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