The Struts Live At The Foundry - 1st March 2021


£14.50

Tickets and CDs need to be collected in person from the Bear Tree shop at The Forum in Sheffield - we will not be shipping these out.

To celebrate the release of the new album from The Struts, the band will perform an intimate acoustic live show on 1st March 2021 at The Foundry, Sheffield.

Shop address for ticket album and collection:

BEAR TREE RECORDS, THE FORUM, 127 DEVONSHIRE ST, SHEFFIELD, S3 7SB

The Foundry is a 14+ venue. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Bringing photo ID is recommended.

Venue address:

THE FOUNDRY, SHEFFIELD STUDENTS' UNION
WESTERN BANK, SHEFFIELD,
S10 2TG


All sales are final - we cannot cancel orders.

The third full-length from British rock band The Struts, Strange Days came to life over the course of a charmed and frenzied burst of creativity last spring. After getting tested for COVID-19, singer Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jed Elliott, and drummer Gethin Davies all moved into the Los Angeles home of Jon Levine, a producer who worked extensively on their acclaimed sophomore effort YOUNG & DANGEROUS (including the album’s chart-climbing lead single “Body Talks”). Within just ten days of couch-crashing at Levine’s house, The Struts had laid down nine original tracks and one masterful cover of a KISS B-side: a lean, mean body of work that amounts to their most glorious output to date.

“It was so much fun to make a record this way instead of getting everything done in between touring, working with multiple producers in multiple countries,” says Spiller. “We were all just burning to capture that excitement as much as we possibly could, and at times it felt like the songs were literally just falling from the sky.”

In an organic turn of events for a band massively embraced by some of rock-and-roll history’s greatest icons—a feat that’s included opening for The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Guns N’ Roses—Strange Days finds The Struts joining forces with a formidable lineup of guest musicians: Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott and Phil Collen, Albert Hammond Jr. of The Strokes, Tom Morello, and Robbie Williams. Mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer (Panic! At the Disco, Arctic Monkeys, Johnny Marr), the result is a powerhouse album that lifts The Struts’ glammed-up breed of modern rock to entirely new and wildly thrilling heights.