Tour: Cut Off Your Hands to support Architecture in Helsinki
If you missed New Zealand punk-pop group Cut Off Your Hands on their recent June tour, then you might be pleased to learn that they will be supporting Architecture in Helsinki on their upcoming national tour.
Cut Off Your Hands’ new album ‘Hollow’ takes a plunge into power pop territory. The record was self-produced at the Auckland abode of drummer Brent Harris’ parents, where the New Zealand natives previously recorded their debut EP in 2006. Everything from the moonlit melodies of Echo & the Bunnymen (“Nausea,” “Hollowed Out”) to the shimmering 12-string guitars of The Go-Betweens (“You Should Do Better”) can be heard in the light and dark shades of ‘Hollow’.
You can catch these ‘frantic romantics’ on the following dates (presented by triple j & Channel [V])
Perth: 27th Aug @ Astor Theatre (tickets from BOCS & Heatseeker)
Wollongong: 31st Aug @ Wollongong Uni Bar (tickets from BigTix and OzTix)
Sydney: 1st Sep @ Metro Theatre (tickets from Ticketek or Ph. 132 849)
Newcastle: 2nd Sep @ Bar On The Hill (tickets from BigTix and OzTix)
Melbourne: 10th Sep @ The Forum (tickets from Ticketmaster)
Cut Off Your Hands’ ‘Hollow’ is out now on Speak N Spell via Inertia