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After opening for everyone from The Rolling Stones to the Mötley Crüe and selling out their own headlining shows, The Struts are finally their debut LP Everybody Wants  worldwide.

After opening for everyone from The Rolling Stones to the Mötley Crüe and selling out their own headlining shows, The Struts are finally their debut LP Everybody Wants worldwide.

The Struts: The next great British rock band? - Goldmine Magazine

Mike Greenblatt claims The Struts are the next great British rock band. After witnessing the band live, the author interviews frontman Luke Spiller.

The Struts Are the Glam-Rock Style Gods We Need Right Now

On the eve of a U.S. summer tour, the English rockers open up about their audacious on-stage style, their second full-length album, and their unexpected off-duty look.

The Struts return with a fiery new single, ‘Another Hit of Showmanship,’ featuring The Strokes’ Albert Hammond Jr. on guitar.

The Struts return with a fiery new single, ‘Another Hit of Showmanship,’ featuring The Strokes’ Albert Hammond Jr. on guitar.

THE STRUTS and KING NUN at O2 Forum Kentish Town, London, UK on 16/10/19

Last year, the explosion of Greta Van Fleet onto the 21st century rock scene was deafening. Although the oodles of Led Zeppelin comparisons were p ...

Bristolian Rhapsody: how the Struts put the pout back in pop | Music | The Guardian

He’s the leotard-clad double of Freddie Mercury with the showboating to match. Struts frontman Luke Spiller reveals how he owes it all to Justin Hawkins in a catsuit

The Struts: Meet England's Newest Glam-Rock Heroes - Rolling Stone

Proudly retro crew boasts cosigns from the Rolling Stones and Mötley Crüe, plus a frontman who won’t be denied arena-size glory

As The Struts, Luke Spiller (center) and his bandmates play glittery, '70s-style arena rock — and dress for the job.

Frontman Luke Spiller talks about how he draws inspiration from glittery bands of the 1970s, especially Queen.