The Snuts is premiering with “Deep Diving”

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The Scots let us hear another preview prior to their new album to be released in February.

Through social networks the band has announced that they will be premiering on February 23 because Millennials will be released under his own record label Happy Artists Records, which is a joint creation with The Orchard. The band had already given us a preview prior to this when they let us hear through their Discord channel “NPCs” to their followers, this time they are debuting with “Deep Diving” a theme that will undoubtedly be characteristic of the sound for the next album.

‘Deep Diving’ is a raw exploration of our mortality, the ticking of our lives and the consequences of being trapped in the labyrinth of one’s own mind,” lead vocalist Jack Cochrane said in a press release.

The song is a mix of sounds that reminds us a lot of the indie that sounded last decade, rhythmic guitars, subtle touches of synthesizers and Jack’s always harmonious voice make this song slowly become the flagship of MillennialsFrom the first moment the band’s most loyal followers have shown acceptance for the song and we can’t wait any longer to hear Millennials In its whole.

While that happens, take a look at the previews that are now available on all digital platforms, let’s remember that The Snuts will be visiting our country within the framework of the festival To the north so if you plan to go you should not miss them for anything, we hope to hear “Deep Diving” and all their hits live.


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