Indie quartet Cut Off Your Hands started their career in New Zealand in 2006, at the time known as Shaky Hands. Their first release, an EP that took the original band name, was well acclaimed, as were following EPs and their first full length, You & I. Frontman Nick Johnson cites influences from the Buzzcocks to Roy Orbison, with much more in between. Fans in New Zealand and around the world anticipate more post-punk and pop highlights from the upcoming release of their second album, Hollow, on Frenchkiss.
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