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Editors’ Notes

The four Strypes members—aged here between 16 and 18—grew up together in Cavan in the north of Ireland. With the assistance of Elton John’s Rocket Music Management, they make it known they play rock ’n’ roll the way it was meant to be played. Their blues roots came through on an early EP, but their hard-nosed sense for rock ’n’ roll blares through their debut album. Had it come decades before, Snapshot could’ve been the debut for The Rolling Stones, The Who, Van Morrison and Them, or The Animals. In the ‘70s, it would’ve been the pub-rock of Dr. Feelgood or Brinsley Schwarz. As it is, they take their name from The White Stripes, with a deliberate misspelling thrown in for good measure. As fans of Jack White, they know what brutal rock must do and how important energy and ambition are to the equation. Songs like “Mystery Man,” “She’s So Fine," and “I Can Tell” get the most from their production by Chris Thomas (The Beatles, Sex Pistols, Pretenders). Long live rock!

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I hope this is the future of music I'm tired of pop and electric music that takes no talent. We need more rock like this and let me tell you this album is amazing you won't regret it

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Then we're all in for a treat. These kids rock as hard as any out there right now. Hard to believe they're in high schoolers. Can't wait for this to come out.


Sounds like the stones.


Formed: 2008 in Cavan, Ireland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Upon their arrival, the Strypes attracted as much attention for their members' ages (between 16 and 17) as they did for their influences (Dr. Feelgood, Rockpile, Howlin' Wolf, and the Yardbirds, among others). The Cavan, Ireland group began in 2008, when Evan Walsh, Pete O'Hanlon, and Josh McClorey began jamming at Walsh's house after being inspired by their parents' music collections. With Walsh on drums, O'Hanlon singing, and McClorey on guitar, an early version of the Strypes -- whose name was...
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