The Snuts return with new single 'Burn The Empire'

Following on from the release of their chart-topping debut album 'W.L.' and sold-out headline UK tour earlier this year, The Snuts are back once again to unveil a brand new single.

The new track 'Burn The Empire' was produced by Detonate at Angelic Studio, and is pitched as "a protest song against the corrupt corporations and politicians."

Speaking about the new offering, lead singer Jack Cochrane said, “I wanted the word ‘empire’ to feel open, almost rhetorical to what constitutes or qualifies as an oppressive factor in your life, because it certainly exists for 99% of people. We were driven to standup against the negative effects of big corporations on the everyday person. We all understand that these companies act ruthlessly and unethically in the name of profit. I think young people have always wanted a fairer and more equal society and it’s the voices of the old, the discontent and the ignorant that try and squash that. We believe in 2022 there is no place for fascism or oppression of any kind and we must burn the empire that represents it."

Have a listen to 'Burn The Empire' in the player below.

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