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The Struts Bring Pretty Vicious Tour to Cincinnati

Photo Cred: Ruth Preston

Get ready for an unforgettable night as The Struts, joined by alternative rocker Barns Courtney, bring their high-energy live performance to The Andrew J. Brady Music Center on Sunday, July 28th. Bursting onto the scene with their Platinum-certified hit "Could’ve Been Me," which reached No. 5 on Alternative Radio, The Struts have captivated audiences with their rock sound. Since their debut album Everybody Wants in 2016, the British rockers have dazzled crowds around the world with their energetic shows.

Frontman Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jed Elliott, and drummer Gethin Davies have shared the stage with rock legends such as The Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, and Guns N’ Roses, earning their well-deserved reputation as a must-see live act. With sold-out shows globally and hit albums like Young & Dangerous (2018) and Strange Days (2020), The Struts continue to dominate the rock scene.

The Struts' latest album, Pretty Vicious is the personification of rock with a glam twist, as perfectly captured with opener “Too Good at Raising Hell” – an homage to excess and rebellion – and the rest of the album is simply pure, classic British rock and roll.

I have yet to see a show from this band that is anything less than a high-energy explosion of raucous fun and entertainment – definitely not to be missed. The Struts have absolutely mastered the art of performing for a live audience, so make sure you don't miss them when they come to Cincinnati!