‘The Snuts’ projected onto ‘People Make Glasgow’ tower

THE name of an upcoming indie rock band was projected over the city’s landmark ‘People Make Glasgow’ Metropolitan Tower yesterday evening.

The illumination came to celebrate the launch of the Scot’s band’s debut album, W.L, which was released today. 

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Between working in their day jobs in construction to grafting the toilet circuit, “blood, sweat, tears and countless” have been poured into the album from the band’s four members. 

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A statement from Jack, Joe, Callum and Jordan reads: “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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The Snuts, originally from West Lothian, have three fully sold-out shows coming up in September at the Barrowland Ballroom. 

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