PICS: The Struts at Observatory North Park

English quartet the Struts brought their glam swagger to Observatory North Park recently. Scroll the gallery here.

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The Struts headline Observatory North Park on Wednesday, July 3.
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The glam rockers came together in 2009.
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They formed in Derby, Derbyshire, England, drawing upon influences like Queen, the Darkness, Oasis and more.
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Originally, the lineup included vocalist Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jamie Binns and drummer Rafe Thomas.
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Today, the band's lineup consists of Spiller, Slack, bassist Jed Elliott and drummer Gethin Davies.
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To date, the band has two studio albums and three EPs.
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In 2014, the Struts released "Everybody Wants" on Virgin EMI.
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In 2018, the band released "Young & Dangerous" on Interscope.
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Both albums landed on the U.S. Billboard charts.
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Of their three EPs, only one charted.
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Last year, the Struts went on tour with Foo Fighters.
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The band also worked with Kesha on the remix of their song, "Body Talks."
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They're no strangers to being around huge acts, though.
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In 2016, they opened for Guns N' Roses.
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In 2017, they opened for the Who.
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In 2017, they opened for the Rolling Stones.
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