The Struts release new single ‘Heaven’s Got Nothing On You’

Following the release two weeks ago of the beautiful track, How Can I Love You (Without Breaking Your Heart)‘, the irrepressible Struts release its double A-side companion, ‘Heaven’s Got Nothing On You’. A modern rock anthem with an arena-sized chorus, it’s yet another flash of brilliance from the British four-piece.

“‘Heaven’s Got Nothing on You’ is quite possibly one of my favorite songs I’ve been a part of,” frontman Luke Spiller admits. “The mix of a nostalgic progression met with a sexy, contemporary lyric is what really excited me, initially. It sounds like the inside of my brain most days. It has my LA life bursting out of its musical bars.”

The two brand new tracks released this month form a brand new digital double A-side single, as a gift for their fans who have made last year’s album Pretty Vicious such a worldwide success. The title track of that album has become a huge hit on Alternative Radio in the US and spent three weeks as the #1 Most Requested song on the Sirius XM Alternative Countdown.

The Struts are currently supporting Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators in Australia and then go on the road with Queens of the Stone Age in Canada, before continuing their headlining tour in the US, with a string of festival shows to come. Additionally, Luke Spiller is set to perform at the 2024 Love Rocks benefit show at the Beacon Theatre in NYC on March 7th, alongside The Black Keys, Hozier, Nile Rogers, Tom Morello, and more.

This summer the band will be back in the UK for a highly-anticipated Main Stage performance at Download Festival. When they played there a few years ago, they attracted an enormous crowd and were one of the hottest draws of the whole weekend. Expect an even more iconic performance in 2024!

For tickets and information, visit thestruts.com.

Art Courtesy of Big Machine Records

 

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