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Cutaways, Pop PerfectionHave a listen to Cutaways via the player above, or check out their music page.

You can also check out videos from the tracks on YouTube "Lovers are Lunatics" & "I Don't Understand What You Don't Say".

Cutaways release their debut album Earth and Earthly Things on Monday 6th July 2009 on download and CD digipak, preceded by the download single, Milo of Kroton on Monday 11th May.

Cutaways are a synth-driven indie-pop trio from Belfast.
Paul McIver sings, plays guitar and believe it or not, has never taken a dance lesson. Grace McMacken sings, plays keyboards and cuts her own hair. Ryan Simpson plays drums and looks better than he should while doing it.

In 2008, Cutaways released the Start Stop! Start Stop! EP (songs from which form part of their new album), and received airplay from Colin Murray on national Radio 1 and rave reviews from the likes of Artrocker magazine. Cutaways took their vibrant live show all across Ireland, as well as London, Glasgow and Liverpool with the gigs featuring anything from impromptu puppet shows to 'rap' cameos.

Their 11-track debut album Earth and Earthly Things is a superb introduction to the delirious and dizzying world of Cutaways; merging infectious indie pop-rock with pounding synth soundscapes and boy/girl harmonies.

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