Cut Your Hair

Cut Your Hair debutaron en 2012 con el  asombroso single ‘Utah In Pictures’, con el que tuvieron un aluvión de críticas en webs y blogs de todo el mundo. Aparecieron en el radar de NME, y prestigiosos locutores como Steve Lamacq o Paul Lester (de The Guardian) lo hicieron sonar constantemente en radios británicas como la BBC, Amazing Radio, XFM, etc; actuaron en la fiesta de The Clash en Londres, en Madrid con The Rapture y We Are Standard, en festivales en España y giraron por Inglaterra e Italia.
 
El jovencísimo grupo formado por Sergio, Aleix y Ed presenta ahora tres nuevas canciones de pop sobre la pérdida de la juventud, la madurez inminente y la nostalgia precoz. La titular, la eufórica ‘Mad Love’, refleja perfectamente la evolución de su sonido, que ha pasado de la frescura surf del anterior single a los tintes rave y la tendencia dance de este.

Llegan sobrados de descaro y alegría (NME, UK)

Hacía tiempo que no escuchaba un single de debut con tanta energía (Totally Vivid, UK)

Probablemente los mejores tres minutos y medio que he escuchado (Stage Dive, Malta)

Extremadamente pegadizo (Hearing Gold, USA)

Alcanza a audiencias de todo tipo con su descarada euforia indie (Umstrum, Francia)

La banda sonora del mejor verano (The Four Oh Five, UK)

Una oda surf-pop al verano y la juventud (El Mundo)

Un hit descomunal (Dimelo Rápido)

¿Que tienen potencial? Muchísimo (Indiespot)

Pop sin complejos, grandes melodías y mucho desparpajo (Scanner FM)

La gran promesa del indie nacional (Vanidad)

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After last year’s blissful and energetic debut single Utah In Pictures, Cut Your Hair return with the blessed-out euphoria of Mad Love, released on Mushroom Pillow on March19.

Playfully loved-up, Cut Your Hair present three bristling pop songs about lost youth and lost senses. With lead track Mad Love pondering the transience of youth and the possibilities ahead, with a new found clubby hedonism, Cut Your Hair move on from the giddy spark of their debut.

Sweet Sensation digging deeper into a sense of impending maturity, skipping across opposing territories of youthful abandone and adult reflection with agile finesse. While, American Lullaby belays a case of ‘early onset nostalgia’, a borderline ballad with plentiful gravitas.

Childhood friends from the village of Anserall perched high in the Pyrenees, Sergio, Aleix and Ed dream up an appropriately sun-bleached reading of rock ’n’ roll’s eternal narrative, small-town escapism. Crunching-yet-measured riffs, an infectious, overarching melody, sailing close to the anthemic winds while also providing the obligatory slow-burner without an ounce of reluctance.

Sprightly, exuberant and a little skew-whiff, their debut single comes with sprinklings of sunkissed mews and bags of brazen, breezy 'tude (NME)

So the sun has gone away somewhere far today. But fear not, there is a light. (This Is Fake DIY)

Absolutely brilliant and adorable, indie pop at its finest (Big Stereo)

Brilliant and lovely indie-pop vibes (Vinyl Weekend)

The surf-pop ode to summer and youth (El Mundo)

A huge hit (Dimelo Rapido)

What potential do they have? A lot (Indiespot)

Unapologetic pop music, great melodies with a brash attitude (Scanner FM)

The great promise of indie for the nation (Vanidad)

Gloriously refreshing, upbeat and just in time for a glittery season of sun (Notion)