FREE YOUR MIND Deluxe Version Out TODAY!
Listen + Share: New Album Track “Believers”
International Tour & Summer Festivals
Grammy-nominated Cut Copy have released the deluxe version of their latest album Free Your Mind today, coinciding with a busy schedule of international summer festivals and tour dates. All the songs on this deluxe version were recorded by the band in Australia and mixed by producer Dave Fridmann during the Free Your Mind sessions, and is available for purchase at all digital retailers TODAY via by Loma Vista (N. America) and Modular (ROW).
The new deluxe version features five additional tracks: “In These Arms of Love” and “Like Any Other Day” (both previously only available as a US-only Record Store Day vinyl release), and three previously unheard songs – “Believers,” “I Wish the Sun Would Grow Today” and “Lights Shine On.” “Believers” was revealed with PAPER Magazine and fans can check it out HERE. We encourage you to post & share!
The band are blitzing Summer festivals in the next few months, having just finished ripping up Primavera and Bonnaroo on their way to appearances at Lollapalooza, Canada’s Osheaga, Outside Lands, Portugal’s Parades de Coura, France’s Rock en Seine, Spain’s Sonorama, Swiss Openair and Mexico’s Hellow Fest. Full tour dates are as follows:
8/1: Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre (Lollapalooza Afterparty) – SOLD OUT
“ …lighting hearts, and dancefloors, on fire with a rapturous intertwining of psychotropic vocals and jubilant acid-house energy.” – The Boston Globe
“We dare you not to give in to ecstatic dance … when these Grammy-nominated Aussie synth-poppers take the stage” – New York Magazine
“ …guns for the Balearicism of late-’80s New Order, providing a mellower moment of plateaued ecstasy before finding a second wind in gospel-tinged piano house.” – NPR
“It’s a record that takes risks and begs repeat listens—and boogies.” – Interview Magazine
“Melbourne’s Cut Copy have set the standard for combining indie-rock melodicism and dance-music energy, earning a thriving international fan base, and full-on rock-star status” – Esquire
“…the psychedelia of the late ’60s, the raw electronics of early British acid house, and the swirling, sampler-and-guitar creations of the shoegazer stylists My Bloody Valentine.” – The New York Times
“Cut Copy’s music is reliably immersive …” – TIME Magazine
“ …infusing songs with a freewheeling psychedelic-inspired electronicism.” – Billboard
“high-energy psychedelia” – Complex