WE CUT CORNERS
‘IMPOSTORS’ ALBUM LAUNCH
WE CUT CORNERS – NEW ALBUM ‘IMPOSTORS’ – Out Friday 12th OCTOBER
Dublin duo WE CUT CORNERS are very pleased to announce the forthcoming release of their 4th album, IMPOSTORS, which will be available on heavyweight vinyl, CD and streaming from Friday 12th October.
Following the release of the first single from the album, ‘The Specialist’ earlier in the Summer, We Cut Corners will release two further tracks from the record in the run-up to the album, ‘Laughing Maniacally’ (5th Sept), and ‘Original Sin’ (28th Sept).
WE CUT CORNERS are guitarist/vocalist John Duignan and drummer/vocalist Conall Ó Breachain. The duo have carved out a unique place in the Irish music scene with their eclectic mix of songs, ranging from angular pop and garage rock, to wistful indie-folk, consistently coupled with their unique lyrical deftness. The result is weird and wonderful, abstract at times, and brilliant. The dynamic drum/guitar combination, and the blending of powerful, unique vocal harmonies is principal to their success.
WE CUT CORNERS’ first three albums were all nominated for the CHOICE MUSIC PRIZE for Irish Album of the Year.
The album is available to pre-order at the Delphi Label Store online at delphilabel.com/the-shop
The band play the Heineken Stage at Electric Picnic on Saturday 1st September and are pleased to announce the following dates to celebrate the release of the album.
Saturday 13th October – Whelans, Dublin
Saturday 20th October – Cyprus Avenue, Cork
Sunday 28th October – The Spirit Store, Dundalk
Friday 2nd November – The Monarch, London
Details of Galway date in mid-October also coming soon.
Tracklisting for the new album, ‘IMPOSTORS’:
2) Rainy Night in Slomo
3) Original Sin
4) The Specialist
8) Laughing Maniacally
9) Ten Sentences
10) Once In The Woods
Praise for We Cut Corners’ 3rd album, ‘The Cadences of Others’:
The Irish Times – Album of the Week ****
Irish duo, We Cut Corners’ third album is a gem. Nimble wordplay…svelte orchestration…an every-which-way exercise in elegance….It all adds up to an album of real substance and texture from a band that isn’t into taking the easy way out
The third album from the Dublin duo is a tour de force from start to finish
Hot Press – 9/10
Opening with a hypnotic nursery-song hook on the first track, the album pulls you in and doesn’t let you go for its full ten tracks…
A fantastic album
Irish Mail on Sunday ****
This group just don’t allow you to settle, and you may not have heard or hear a better Irish album this year
State.ie – 4/5
This record shows a developing maturity, a real sense of adventure…a band intent on growing, delivering excellent material as they do
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AFTER THE GIG
Whelan’s Indie Club w/ Late Bar from 10:30pm or check out the bands playing The Midnight Hour in the upstairs venue – Free Entry via front door until 10:30pm | Drinks Promos