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Track of the Day #133: Schnarff Schnarff – This Is How We Get Some

Posted by Nina Glencross

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Ask anyone with a decent knowledge of the current landscape of Scottish rock bands about these guys and, chances are, they’ve heard of them in some form (and not just because of their amusingly unforgettable name).

Schnarff Schnarff, for the uninitiated, are far from new kids on the block.  They’ve been on the circuit writing and performing loud, unapologetic, in-yer-face bangers for years, earning the admiration and respect of their peers.  After an amazing 2015, the band saw out the year with This Is How We Get Some, a track that perfectly showcases their signature sound whilst simultaneously showing how far they’ve come as a band.

With the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and 6Music’s Steve Lamacq giving the track a regular spin, it’s clear these guys have another huge year ahead of them.





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Posted by: Toni Spencer, 20th February 2016