The Snuts Premieres New Song “Gloria” on BBC Radio 1
Scottish alt-rock band The Snuts, consisting of Jack Cochrane (vocals/guitar), Joe McGillveray (guitar), Callum Wilson (bass) and Jordan Mackay (drums), premiered a new song “Gloria” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
The song is their first music since the 2022 sophomore album “Burn the Empire”.
The track was written by Jack Cochrane, Joe McGillveray, Callum Wilson, Jordan Mackay, and Scotty Anderson. Produced by Scotty Anderson and Jack Cochrane.
The Snuts said of the song, “We wanted to create a short story of two people meeting in the least glamorous situation imaginable. That initial curiosity and willingness to take a risk and pursue your own share of love. ‘Gloria’ highlights the real world aspects of being in love - no Hollywood nuances that we’re forcefed in this modern world.”
The band continued, “Simple things like getting your own place together. The simple appreciations of one and other in their entirety. All the flaws of life and all the mundane tasks you go through. We wanted to tell a semi fictional story so we could draw inspiration from our own experiences.”
- Jack Cochrane told Clara Amfo, “Why to kind of try and create this kind of like semi fictional storyline, you know, kind of just been able to tap in to like own experiences and stuff like that. This kind of love story between two made up people that met in like the most unexpected place on Earth, like an island task or something like that.”
He continued, “We tried to get captured that I love sort of the things that are like, I think it important that you don't hear a lot about like non Hollywood love. And so I can read this story, and I don't have a name for these people. And I was like, watching some film and it just pops up 'Gloria'. I'm like, amazing and so it's just perfect. When it gets to the guys, sometimes you need it when you're making a song and it was there she was.”
- source : BBC Radio 1