Cut Copy announce first UK tour in two years

New album from the Australian trio on the way too

Cut Copy announce first UK tour in two years
Australian disco-pop stars Cut Copy are returning to the UK this February to play their first UK live dates since 2006.

The digi-pop trio will be previewing tracks from their forthcoming second album, 'In Ghost Colours', due for release in April.

The album release will follow the band's new single 'Lights And Music', out March 17.

Cut Copy will play:

London KOKO (NME Awards show supporting Hadouken!) (February 18)
Brighton Digital (19)
Sheffield Plug (20)
Newcastle Digital (21)
London Fabric (22)
Liverpool Korova (23)
Birmingham Academy (25)
Bristol Academy (26)


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