Listen to The Snuts’ anthemic new album ‘Millennials’

Financial precarity and unshakable optimism define Millennials, the new album from Scottish four-piece The Snuts. 

The Snuts have today (February 23) released their third studio album Millennials.

The 10-track record was previewed by singles Gloria, Dreams and Millionaires, and sees the Scottish four-piece reflect on financial precarity in the face of an uncertain future.

The Snuts single 'Millionaires'
Credit: Gary Williamson

Carried by relatable and witty songwriting, Millennials brims with euphoric instrumentation, buoyant hits and anthemic guitar lines. 

Among other ordeals, Millennials grapples with remaining present and optimistic as one enters the tribulations of adulthood.

On album standout Millionaires The Snuts vocalist Jack Cochrane does away with worries and envisions a brighter future.

“Don’t you worry, we’ll be rich I swear,” he croons on a pop-leaning chorus destined for earworm status, “If love was money, we’d be millionaires.”  

Dreams is a head-bopping, sun-drenched ode to a muse who brings clarity to the chaos, while the jangly rhythms of Gloria soundtrack the band’s reflections on life as a “mundane fairytale.”

These highlights add to a broader tracklist that stands as a tight, taut and fat-free masterclass in songwriting and production.  Millennials was recorded entirely in The Snuts’ native Scotland, and was produced entirely by the band themselves.

Speaking of the recording process in an interview with Happy Mag, bandmates Callum Wilson and Jordan Mackay said the experience was “really nice for making music. There’s nobody around… so you’re totally isolated.”  

Millennials marks The Snuts’ first album since Burn The Empire, which arrived in 2022. Elsewhere, the band has opened for the likes of Kings Of Leon, Louis Tomlinson, and Lewis Capaldi.

The band is set to embark on an Australian tour in support of the album, kicking off in May and taking the band to dates in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. 

In the meantime, listen to The Snuts’ new album Millenials below.