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The Struts


The Struts released the first episode of Sunday Service today via the band’s official YouTube. Filmed in their individual homes in Los Angeles, the premier episode gave fans an exclusive look into the rock band’s everyday life in quarantine in Los Angeles, a recap of their recent Tour de California Presented by Harley-Davidson, and a performance of “Stop” by the Spice Girls that the guys shot while socially isolating.


Says lead singer Luke Spiller, “As British boys, it will come as no surprise that we were all once enamored with the Spice Girls. This song still holds a lot of memories and is a true piece of pop perfection. Long live ‘Girl Power’ x.”


The band will also release a live performance each week taken from their 2019 Young&Dangerous Tour stop at the Wiltern in Los Angeles on July 2, 2019. This episode features “Primadonna Like Me.”


Watch The Struts perform “Stop” HERE
Watch the full episode of Sunday Service HERE
Snapchat: TheStrutsSnap




Luke Spiller of The Struts has been hosting a radio show on Instagram Live. He was live last night on his personal Instagram @lukestruts taking requests and interviewing fans that were tuning in. He’ll do this again, Saturday 3/21, at 7:30pm from The Struts Instagram live (@thestruts) and moving forward will host a Quarantine Radio every Monday, Wednesday, Thurs & Sat at 7:30pm pt from the bands instagram



Quarantine Radio will run every Saturday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, at 7:30PM pt


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Click HERE for Pics & Review of The Strut’s SOLD OUT Performance at House of Blues Anaheim from February 29


The band will also be doing individual instrument tutorials on how to play their music. Adam Slack will start today at 3:00PM PT, also from The Struts Instagram account. The guys finding ways to connect with fans during these socially distancing times.


  Purchase Young & Dangerous


In just a few years, The Struts have found themselves massively embraced by some of the greatest icons in rock-and-roll history. Along with opening for The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Guns N’ Roses, the U.K.-bred four-piece was hand-picked by Mötley Crüe to serve as the supporting act for their 2016 performances, while Dave Grohl praised them as the best band to ever open for Foo Fighters. After making their full-length debut with 2016’s Everybody Wants, The Struts returned with YOUNG&DANGEROUS — (2018) a sophomore album that cements their status as one of the most unstoppably passionate and endlessly thrilling bands making rock music today.


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