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The Snuts shave shared their foot-stomping new single, ‘Juan Belmonte’

"Juan Belmonte is vibe in itself," say the band.
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Published: 10:51 am, October 18, 2019
The Snuts shave shared their foot-stomping new single, ‘Juan Belmonte’

The Snuts shave shared their new single, ‘Juan Belmonte’.

The fast-rising Scottish newcomers recorded the new track with Rich Costey (Muse, Interpol, Biffy Clyro) in London, and Inflo (Karen O / Danger Mouse, Michael Kiwanuka, Little Simz) in LA.

Jack says: "Juan Belmonte is vibe in itself. With a modern take on our early Matador EP demos there is a slight progression and risk we are keen to showcase. It’s entirely up to yourself whether you dance or sulk to this track’.

Check out ‘Juan Belmonte’ below; tt arrives ahead of their sold-out show at London’s Scala on Tuesday 22nd October, and a support tour with Lewis Capaldi.

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