Cut Off Your Hands prepare for CMJ, EP release

Kiwis will kick off five-show run on Tuesday (October 21)

Cut Off Your Hands are gearing up for five shows in New York City next week, all taking place as part of the CMJ Music Marathon.

The band will kick off their run at the New Zealand music showcase at The Delancey on Tuesday (October 21), and will wrap up five shows later at the Public Assembly Crashin’ In Party on October 25.

The band are currently supporting the release of their ‘Happy As Can Be’ EP, which is out on Frenchkiss Records this month.


Their self-title single will also be included on their Bernard Butler-produced debut album, ‘You and I’, to be released in January 2009.

During CMJ they will play:

The Delancey New Zealand Showcase (October 21)

Continental Army Plaza Todd P Party (23)

Cake Shop New York Noise Showcase (24)

Glasslands Daytrotter/Snowghost Party (25) 4pm


Public Assembly Crashin’ In Party (25) 12am

The tracklisting for ‘Happy As Can Be’ is:

‘You Still Love Me’

‘Happy As Can Be’



‘(Hidden Track)’

–By our New York staff.

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