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Cut Copy Return With New Single Airborne

Friday, 07 July 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Jimmy Fontaine

Cut Copy have returned with a new single.

Airborne, the Australian band's first new offering since 2014's 'Free Your Mind', was produced by Ben Allen, who has previously worked with Deerhunter and Animal Collective, and is their debut release for Astralwerks.

Cut Copy have also confirmed a handful of live dates, including festival appearances in the US and two headline shows and a stop at Splendour In The Grass Festival in Australia.





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