Australian indietronica masters Cut Copy continue to bring the party to the people on their unforgettable tours. The band's live shows combine the real-time groove of a full band with mind-blowing lighting and visuals, making for a nonstop dance party at every concert. Whether they're playing originals like "Hearts on Fire" or covering fellow electro icons like the Presets, Cut Copy's imitable energy and showmanship never fail to leave fans feeling elated and euphoric.
Cut Copy began in Melbourne in 2001 as the solo project of Dan Whitford, a graphic design student with a budding interest in DJing and producing. Shortly after releasing his debut single "1981" Whitford added several members to the group, and In 2003 the new lineup performed their first show at Australia's Livid Festival. Their debut full-length Bright Like Neon Love dropped the following year, establishing them as a rising force in dance music and landing them on tour with big name acts like France Ferdinand and Bloc Party. Their upward momentum continued in 2008 with sophomore album In Ghost Colors, a disco-inspired collection of bangers that topped the Australian charts. Following the 2013 release of their fourth album Free Your Mind, Cut Copy delivered another stellar round of performances on the road, building anticipation among fans for their next tour dates.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Cut Copy puts on an amazing show. I've seen them three times in various cities and at each show had the best time."
"Not only were they amazingly good but the overall feeling and vibe to this show was next to none. They definitely know how to rock the house. Never a dull moment."
"These guys put on an awesome show. A lot of energy and the performance was flawless. They also came out after their set was over and performed two songs as an encore."