Cut Copy Announce New Album and Tour Dates, Share “Free Your Mind” Single

Now that they’re done promoting their “Free Your Mind” single via a few strategically placed billboards, Cut Copy have gone ahead and revealed the rest of the details about their fourth album. Due out November 5th through Loma Vista/Modular, Free Your Mind was produced by the band’s frontman/founder (Dan Whitford) and brought into full relief at the magical mixing desk of Dave Fridmann. According to a press release, “The record was strongly influenced by the two ‘Summers of Love,’ which were birthed from burdening times—Vietnam and 10 years of Thatcher’s reign—though they were one hell of a party. Through unprecedented explosions of youth culture, communal elation and celebration, these eras provided a spirit that the band embraced—the need to tear down the walls of perception while creating a fantasy of what the next youth revolution might sound like.”

“The concept of freedom is one that’s universally positive and timeless,” explains Whitford, “and whatever each person’s version of that freedom is, it’s a good thing to be reminding people or even just ourselves to be ‘free.'”

Check out all the details about the album below, along with the band’s upcoming tour dates and the cover story that ran in our quarterly journal around their last record…

Cut Copy - 'Free Your Mind'

Cut Copy, Free Your Mind (Loma Vista/Modular, November 5th):
1. (Intro)
2. Free Your Mind
3. We Are Explorers
4. Let Me Show You Love
5. (into the desert)
6. Footsteps
7. In Memory Capsule
8. (above the city)
9. Dark Corners & Mountain Tops
10. Meet Me In A House Of Love
11. Take Me Higher
12. (the waves)
13. Walking In The Sky
14. Mantra

Cut Copy tour dates:
10/30 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
10/31 Reno, NV – The Knitting Factory
11/1 Portland, OR – Roseland Ballroom
11/2 Oakland, CA – The Fox Theater
11/3 Los Angeles, CA – HARD Day of the Dead
11/6 Tempe, AZ – Marquee
11/7 El Paso, TX – Tricky Falls
11/8 Austin, TX – Fun Fun Fun Fest
11/9 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
11/10 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
11/11 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
11/13 Madison, WI – The Majestic
11/14 Chicago, IL – The Riviera
11/15 Toronto, Ontario – Danforth Music Hall
11/16 Boston, MA – House of Blues
11/23 Santiago, Chile – Primavera Festival
11/26 London, UK – Oval Space
11/28 Luxembourg, Luxembourg – Atelier
11/29 Brussels, Belgium – Beursschowburg
11/30 Paris, France – Trabendo
12/1 Melkweg, Netherlands – Old Room
12/3 Cologne, Germany – Gebaude
12/4 Berlin, Germany – Prince Charles
12/6 Moscow, Russia – Pipl
12/7 Ekaterinburg, Russia – Teleclub
12/8 Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia – Ideal Space Vasya+1
12/10 Stockholm, Sweden – Kagelbanan
12/11 Malmo, Sweden – Kulturbolaget
12/12 Gothenburg, Sweden – Pusterviksteatern
12/13 Copenhagen, Sweden – Vega