Following its huge success, The British Sound Project returns this year to a brand-new home at O2 Ritz Manchester on Saturday 30th November 2019! The festival features an all-British line up of indie rock bands across two floors in a celebration of some of the UK’s most exciting names in music, as well as upcoming, rising talent.
Now here’s your chance to get to know The Snuts, who will be playing the main room alongside Rat Boy, Indoor Pets, FEET and TTRRUUCES…
- Introduce yourselves – who are you and where do you come from?
What’s happening, we’re The Snuts. We’re from sunny Whitburn, West Lothian.
- What’s your favourite thing to do when visiting Manchester?
We love to smoke, drink and visit the finest Travelodges Manchester has to offer.
- Are you excited to play British Sound Project?
Yeah it’s class to get involved in mini fests like this. They’re always great for showcasing new music to new and returning fans. We can’t wait to bring our brand of unapologetic indie rock and roll to BSP.
- Which other artists are you going to try and check out at British Sound Project?
Would be good to catch Chappaqua Wrestling.
- Can you remember the first song you wrote when you were young? What was it called?
‘Weekend Plan’ when we were like 15. Me and Jack demoed it in my house with Argos guitars and bad haircuts.
- Plans for the rest of the year?
Got our biggest headlines to date in Manchester, London, Belfast and Dublin. Then we’re off on tour with Lewis Capaldi for a week or so. Been a real busy year, but the live shows are where we’re at home and it’s always rewarding being up there giving people a show.
- If you could have a meal with three musicians, dead or alive, who would it be?
Chad from Nickelback three times. Just to ask him why?
- Tell us a story from your time on the road…
There’s a lot of stories but I think our PR would give us a beat down. Sometimes the best stories are left unprinted.
- Why should people come to check out your British Sound Project set?
Our sets are always geared towards the live side so expect high energy rock and roll. If you like big beats, raw guitar and some real homegrown music then it’s quite obvious who you should come see.