Clean Cut Kid

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Clean Cut Kid

"Sharp, exuberant power pop" The Guardian

"The band are blessed with all manner of infectious, ear-worm melodies" Clash

Liverpool’s thrilling fuzz-pop quartet Clean Cut Kid released their much- anticipated debut album 'Felt' back in April on Polydor. A string of exhilarating singles had given snapshots of their brilliance and the record matched it. Catch them on their Autumn tour.

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"Sharp, exuberant power pop" The Guardian

"The band are blessed with all manner of infectious, ear-worm melodies" Clash

Liverpool’s thrilling fuzz-pop quartet Clean Cut Kid released their much- anticipated debut album 'Felt' back in April on Polydor. A string of exhilarating singles had given snapshots of their brilliance and the record matched it.

The band have won fans in Radio 1 (Hottest Record in the World), NME, Clash, The Line of Best Fit, DIY, The Guardian, supported The Killers, Michael Kiwanuka and performed at major festivals across the country and beyond.

Clean Cut Kid are Mike Halls, Evelyn Halls, Saul Godman and Ross Higginson. The four-piece are one of the most exciting breakthrough bands in the UK, their inventive take on anthemic guitar-pop the product of intense writing and rehearsal sessions at the band's practice space in Liverpool. Their five singles so far – ‘Vitamin C’, ‘Runaway’, ‘Pick Me Up’, ‘Make Believe’ and ‘We Used To Be In Love’ – have introduced a band full of creativity, who mix classic melodicism with a sonic adventurousness. 'Felt' was recorded at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios with Blossoms and The Coral producer Rich Turvey, London's Konk Studios with Arcade Fire collaborator Craig Silvey and London's Voltaire Studios with Cam Blackwood (Florence & the Machine/ London Grammar).

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