The Snuts are going to take over Stirling Castle for an album launch livestream

The band's debut album is coming next month.

The Snuts are going to perform a livestream event in celebration of their debut album.

The show will air from Stirling Castle on 26th March, with access to the event available alongside a limited edition 4xCD bundle here.

“In an effort to play our debut record back to back for our fans we decided to rent out a castle,” Jack Cochrane says. “And with a glimmer of hope on the horizon where live music is concerned, we wanted to make sure this was our grandest, most ambitious live stream show to date.”

‘W.L.’ was originally set for release on 19th March, but it’ll now arrive on 2nd April instead.

In a statement, the band recently explained that it’s “to ensure the best possible fan experience” and “to combat potential freight delays caused by Brexit and COVID-19.”

Speaking about the album itself, Jack says: “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.”

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