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Rock ‘n’ Roll Explosion: The Struts Are Too Good At Raising Hell

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The Struts Unleash Explosive New Single

The Struts Are Too Good At Raising Hell

Hold onto your leather jackets and get ready for a wild ride because The Struts have just dropped a bombshell with their latest single, “Too Good At Raising Hell.”

Our music reviewer from Chicago, Diana Cavazos Woloszyk says “It is a banger and I gotta tell you guys, since this song has been released a week ago, I’ve been totally obsessed with it. I literally had this on a loop when I’m going driving.”

Hailing from Derby, these British rockers are no stranger to causing a stir. With his striking resemblance to the legendary Freddie Mercury, lead vocalist Luke Spiller brings an explosive energy to the stage that will have you shaking in your boots, and guitarist Adam Slack knows how to shred like no other.

But let’s not forget about the rhythm section. Bassist Jed Elliott and drummer Gethin Davies lay down a groovy foundation that will make your heart beat faster than a drum solo, and together, they create a sound that can only be described as glam-meets-rock ‘n’ roll, with a sprinkling of influences from the likes of Queen, The Darkness, and The Rolling Stones.

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From Derby to Stardom: The Struts’ Lightning in a Bottle Journey!

Now, I know what you’re thinking. How did these lads manage to capture lightning in a bottle? Their journey started when Spiller and Slack found themselves at a crossroads with their previous bands. Fate intervened, and the two musical powerhouses decided to join forces, leading Spiller to pack his bags and head to Derby.

The chemistry between the duo was undeniable, and soon they recruited their equally talented friends Jamie Binns and Rafe Thomas to play bass and drums. But as fate would have it, Binns and Thomas were later replaced by the formidable duo of Elliott and Davies, solidifying The Struts’ line-up and taking their sonic assault to new heights.

And let’s not forget about their incredible live performances. These lads have shared the stage with rock behemoths like The Rolling Stones and Mötley Crüe, leaving audiences in a state of pure rock ‘n’ roll ecstasy. The Struts also teamed up with Robbie Williams on the ballad ‘Strange Days’

So, if you’re ready to have your eardrums blown and your senses rocked to the core, grab yourself a copy of “Too Good At Raising Hell” by The Struts.

Let the Struts show you just how good they are at raising hell. You won’t be disappointed.

Don’t forget The Struts are on coming to the UK in August. Book your tickets here.

We can’t wait to see what Diana will review next week Friday at 1.30pm UK time.

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Written by: Kat Y (Ginge)

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