The Snuts – Millennials

The Snuts - Millennials



4.3/5 Pros

  • Very characteristic sound
  • Nice range of songs Cons

  • just a little less than 30 minutes.

I am closing the reviews of albums released on 23rd February 2024 with a band from the very North of the United Kingdom. The Snuts are already releasing their third studio album, Millennials. Let’s listen to some indie-rock together.


The Snuts – About The Artists

The Snuts are an indie rock band which has been founded in 2015 in Whitburn in Scotland. The quartet consists of Jack Cochrane (vocals, guitar), Joe McGillveray (guitar), Callum Wilson (bass) and drummer Jordan Mackay. Despite the rather short band history, Millenniials is already the sixth major release. There have been two EPs, two studio albums and a live album so far. Especially the 2021 album W.L. (which has later been released in a live version as well) was rather successful, when it topped the British charts and received a silver record.


The Snuts – Millennials – Track by Track

The ten song album lasts 30 minutes.

1. Gloria

The Scots play it safe and open the album with two feature singles. Jack Cockrane is in focus of this song from the very first minute – regardless whether he is using a rather gentle, but mysterious voice or whether he is energetic in the chorus. Very good one.

2. Millionaires

The following three minutes are given to the second song of the album, Millionaires. Don’t you worry, we’ll be rich I said is the catch phrase of the whole song. A really nice indie-rock track, which has a nice sing-a-long at the end of the chorus as well.

3. YoYo

‘Cause I go up and down like a YoYo – this song reminds me of the happy childhood times when we played with the iconic. Even though this song is rather about a mental up and down, I really enjoy listening to this compact track.

4. NPC

The single release NPC features a very present and versatile work on the drumming side. Especially the first part of the song is really having a strong vibe. The rather rough guitars underlsine that theis one is definitely not a pop song, though.

5. Butterside Down

Life’s always falling butterside down is a phrase from the pre-chorus. The summer is almost spreading summer vibes. This song has a nice potential in a few months, when there is more warmth on the Northern hemisphere.

6. Novastar

Millenials features a lot of different thoughts and characters – but also a nice, wide range of songs. You feel some space elements in the rather quick Novastar. However, the song is again driven by the comparably heavy bass drums. Despite that element and rather howling guitars, the song does have a certain ease.

7. Dreams

Dreams comes with happy vibes from the very beginning. The song feels comparably pop-ish and thus also has some radio potential. The great chorus stays in your mind and is another element which turns this song into one of the most enjoyable listens of the album.

8. Wunderkind

The German title (even though I know they called Dirk Nowitzki The German Wunderkind, for example, as well) of course does attract by attention. For me, the song has a bit of a hard faith, being in this album right after the striking Dreams. Bad luck, it is not a bad one at all.

9. Deep Diving

Here is another really good one. The stomping drums and the groovy touch makes you being attracted to Deep Diving from its very beginning. There are also some rather playful vibes coming from the keyboard

10. Circles

With over four minutes, the closing track Circles is quite definite the longest song of the album. I wouldn’t call it a ballad, but the song does come with a very emotional and melancholic touch. Can’t be too bad to tease the souls of the listener a bit before Millennials is over.


The Snuts – Millennials – Spotify

Here is the album on Spotify:


The Snuts – Millennials – My View

It took me a bit to get into Millennials. Though, I have to say that I like this album more and more the more I listen to it. On the one hand, The Snuts define their very own sound in here. On the other hand, the album features a really nice range of songs. One or two more songs would have been highly appreciated from my side, definitely. Or, like they state in one of the songs, If love beats money, we’ll be millionaires. I am sure this album has a huge potential that millions of people enjoy it.

Favorite Song: Dreams


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