Cut Off Your Hands announce more US dates

Aussies kick off jaunt on April 29 in Hartford, CT

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Cut Off Your Hands have announced a string of US dates, kicking off at the end of the month in Hartford, CT.

The Australian band are supporting their current album ‘You and I’, produced by Bernard Butler, and will play a run of shows on the East Coast, wrapping up in Allston, MA on May 9.

The dates are:

Hardford, CT Trinity College, The Mill (WRTC FM 89.3)
New London, CT The Oasis (30)
Washington, DC Black Cat (May 1)
Philadelphia, PA North Star (2)
Newport, KY Southgate House Parlor (4)
Terre Haute, IN Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (5)
Pittsburgh, PA Brillobox (6)
New York, NY Mercury Lounge (7)
Providence, RI Jerky's (8)
Allston, MA Harpers Ferry (9)

--By our New York staff.
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