Scottish rock band The Snuts have unleashed a music video for their anthemic new single “Maybe California” - out now on Elektra Records. Directed by Ronan Corrigan and Hope Kemp, the video is one big slice of Americana - a homage to the Red White & Blue. Set in the line of a drive-thru diner, the band watch the dichotomy of “fake” social media portrayal vs “reality” from the seats of their Mercedes Benz.
Working with Rich Costey (Muse, Interpol, Biffy Clyro), the song is a true statement piece, oozing indie flair and elevating the band’s fresh and authentic sound, offering another insight to their highly-anticipated debut album which the band are currently recording. ‘Maybe California’ follows the May release of their previous single "All Your Friends".
The Snuts have been garnering a massive following in Scotland and across the UK with support from the likes of BBC 6 Music, Radio 1, Radio X, Absolute Radio, Clash and Dork Magazine. The band have appeared at festivals throughout the summer, including the Edinburgh Summer Sessions with UK chart-topper Lewis Capaldi, as well as memorable sets at Reading & Leeds, Victorious Festival and their triumphant main stage performance at TRNSMT to 20,000 people which was dubbed by BBC News as “Snuts Day”.