Cut Copy will be playing in Los Angeles on November 10th at the Shrine Expo Hall on their North American Tour. Their first new album in four years Haiku from Zero arrived on Friday. They celebrated the release of the new album with a new single, “Black Rainbows.”
Australian Dan Whitford started Cut Copy as a bedroom recording project before it evolved into a full-fledged band. The new album is described by NPR Music as “wildly ambitious.” Pitchfork describes the album as complex, hiding “a nugget of anxiety and sadness under every cheerful melody.”
Get Some is very excited about Cut Copy. Keep your eyes peeled on the site, because we will be sponsoring a giveaway for tickets leading up to the show.
Tickets are on sale now. Buy tickets to the show here.
Buy your very own copy of Haiku from Zero on vinyl here.
Listen to Cut Copy’s latest single “Black Rainbows” below: