“How Can I Love You (Without Breaking Your Heart)” Out Now on All Platforms

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LOS ANGELES, CA (February 9, 2024) — Hot off the release of their Big Machine Records debut album, Pretty ViciousThe Struts are back with a new track that takes a refreshingly mellow detour for the usually boisterous Brit rockers.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, How Can I Love You (Without Breaking Your Heart) is an achingly sincere song that ruminates on handling a heart with care when caution is all you have to offer. The crafting of the track was a labor of love for the quartet, with thoughtful lyrics that are highlighted by iconic instrumentation and lush BGVs.

“’How Can I Love You (Without Breaking Your Heart)’ is a brutally honest song that takes me right back to that moment when the phrase came to me,” frontman Luke Spiller explains. “The lyric was labored over for a long time, which I hope people will appreciate.”


The new release follows a continuing streak for Platinum-selling band atop the SiriusXM Alt Nation Alt-18 Countdown, where their current Alternative Radio single, “Pretty Vicious,” has been the No. 1 most requested song for three weeks running.

Catch The Struts on the road this spring as they support Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators and Queens of the Stone Age, before continuing their headlining tour in the states, with select festival stops at Lovin’ LifeShaky Knees, and Welcome to Rockville. 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 KeysHozierNile RogersTom Morello, and more. For tickets and information, visit

The Struts Spring 2024 Tour Schedule
21 Feb 24 | Crowbar Sydney | Leichhardt
22 Feb 24 | AEC Theatre (Supporting Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) | Hindmarsh
24 Feb 24 | Hordern Pavilion (Supporting Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) | Moore Park
25 Feb 24 | Riverstage (Supporting Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) | Brisbane
27 Feb 24 | John Cain Arena (Supporting Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) | Melbourne
28 Feb 24 | Max Watts Melbourne | Melbourne
01 Apr 24 | Scotiabank Saddledome (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Calgary
02 Apr 24 | Rogers Place (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Edmonton
03 Apr 24 | Sasktel Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Saskatoon
05 Apr 24 | Canada Life Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Winnipeg
08 Apr 24 | Tribute Communities Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Oshawa
09 Apr 24 | Leon’s Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Kingston
10 Apr 24 | Budweiser Gardens (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | London
12 Apr 24 | Canadian Tire Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Ottawa
13 Apr 24 | Place Bell (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Laval
14 Apr 24 | Videotron Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Quebec City
16 Apr 24 | Avenir Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Moncton
17 Apr 24 | Scotiabank Centre (Supporting Queens of the Stone Age) | Halifax
27 Apr 24 | The National | Richmond, VA
29 Apr 24 | Electric City | Buffalo, NY
30 Apr 24 | House of Blues Cleveland | Cleveland, OH
01 May 24 | The Clyde Theatre | Fort Wayne, IN
03 May 24 | Manchester Music Hall | Lexington, KY
04 May 24 | Lovin’ Life Music Fest 2024 | Claremont, NC
05 May 24 | Shaky Knees Festival 2024 | Atlanta, GA
07 May 24 | The Hall | Little Rock, AR
08 May 24 | Mars Music Hall | Huntsville, AL
09 May 24 | Club LA | Destin, FL
11 May 24 | Welcome to Rockville 2024 | Daytona Beach, FL

ABOUT THE STRUTS: The Struts have been a live sensation since they first erupted onto the scene with their certified-Platinum anthem, “Could’ve Been Me,” taking the No. 5 spot on Alternative Radio and introducing the world to their triumphant, timeless rock sound. Following the release of their critically-acclaimed debut, 2016’s Everybody Wants, the British rockers set out on the road, bringing their energetic tracks alive on stage with larger-than-life performances and cementing their reputation as a must-see live act. Lead vocalist Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jed Elliott, and drummer Gethin Davies have continued to prove themselves worthy of that distinction since first coming together in Derby, England back in 2012. They’ve opened for the likes of The Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, and Guns N’ Roses, while selling out shows across the globe and leaving a trail of unbridled rock collections, including 2018’s Young & Dangerous and 2020’s Strange Days, in their wake. Their on-stage prowess and perpetual musicality have allowed them to reach the No. 1 Spot on Spotify’s Viral Top 50, garner more than 850M on-demand streams, and put them in the studio collaborating with Kesha, Tom Morello, Robbie Williams, Def Leppard, and more. Now, The Struts have taken the raucous nature of their live shows and transmuted it into an album, fusing their arena-sized energy into their most concentrated and exciting songs to date. “This record showcases each individual member’s strengths,” Spiller says of their fourth album and first full-length release on Big Machine Records, Pretty Vicious. “It’s some of my favorite music, hands down, we’ve ever conjured up. It’s the record everyone’s been waiting for.” For more information, visit