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Band Cut Copy to Visit Mysterious Iceland

By Iceland Review

The Australian band Cut Copy will play at Nasa in Reykjavík this evening; the concert will be their first performance in Iceland.


Nasa Club in Reykjávik. Photo by Páll Kjartansson.

“We’re very excited for our visit to Iceland,”drummer Mitchell Scott told Morgunbladid.

“Concerts are different than music festivals as we have more freedom. We can play the music we want for as long as we please and we have more control over the sound system.”

At tonight’s concert the band will play a selection of songs from their three albums.

“We’ll play quite a few songs from our latest album Zonoscope but also songs from our first two albums, “In Ghost Colours” and “Bright Like Neon Love”, Scott told Morgunbladid.

The band’s music is heavily influenced by the 1980s and has been described as being a dance-pop variety.

Cut Copy is also known for their remixes of music by other musicians. “We enjoy working with different artists,” Scott told Morgunbladid before hanging up.


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