Thursday, October 16, 2008

A Cut above


HERE'S one worth stumping up for! As a prelude to the release of their debut album You And I, Cut Off Your Hands' latest EP Happy As Can Be hits stores next Monday.
And it's a reason to be cheerful.
Produced by former Suede axeman Bernard Butler, this four-and-a-hidden-track release demonstrates the band's ability to mix melodic, angular rock with uplifting indie epics - in particular on the former single that is the EP's title track.
Judging by this, New Zealanders Cut Off Your Hands' debut should be one to get to grips with in 2009.

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