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Cut Copy To Collaborate With The Avalanches On New Album?

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 4, 2012

That’s the taste many fans now have in their mouths after a tweet (see below) from Cut Copy that posed more questions about their up-and-coming release than it answers…

The tweet features a member of fellow Melbourne band The Avalanches, who haven’t released an album since 2000’s masterpiece Since I Left You, which still charts today – landing in triple j’s hottest 100 albums of all time in 2011.

Cut Copy are currently in the studio working on their fourth studio release, and follow-up to Zonoscope, which skyrocketed to #3 on the ARIA charts.

So only time will tell if a ‘visit from the Avalanches in the studio’ means they dropped in for a friendly hello, or if it means a collaboration between two of Melbourne’s biggest acts of recent times.

 

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