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When Cut Copy offered their hand on "Where I’m Going", the first leak of their third album, it was an open invitation to an uncharted destination. The festive explosion of kaleidoscopic Californian acid hippie reborn as UK glam star explored new terrain, hinting a further evolution for a group that is yet to make the same record twice.
"Zonoscope" was dreamt in the comedown of In Ghost Colours, the album which cemented Cut Copy as a global sensation. Their perpetual touring cycle found the band headline a stage at Lollapalooza, become the first Australian act to play Colombia since INXS, have fire marshals shut down an LA performance mid-set as crowds began to buckle the seams of the Henry Fonda Theatre and be raced to the Pitchfork Festival via police escort following a cancelled flight.
A melting pot of ideas streaming from a collective of music fanatics, the album embraces new combinations that span a rhythm section on motorik overdrive (Alisa), the reincarnation of Chicago’s raw house pioneers producing EBM deep in the wilderness (Turn From Stone and Blink & You’ll Miss A Revolution) and the epic 15 minute closing minimal disco mantra (Sun God). Seamlessly bridged together by a series of ambient hallucinatory miniatures, the percussion drenched celebrations are lively awakenings. Whitford runs through the exotic arsenal of percussion which they gathered to give their tracks that infectious tropical propulsion; “we used all sorts of strange bongos, rototoms, congas, 10 kinds of shaker, 15 different cowbells; anything and everything. Even wine bottles filled with different amounts of water.”
|1||Need You Now||Add to Playlist||Play|
|2||Take Me Over||N/A|
|3||Where I'm Going||Add to Playlist||Play|
|4||Pharaohs & Pyramids||N/A|
|5||Blink and You'll Miss a Revolution||Add to Playlist||Play|
|6||Strange Nostalgia for The Future||N/A|
|7||This Is All We've Got||Add to Playlist||Play|
|9||Hanging Onto Every Heartbeat||Add to Playlist||Play|
|10||Corner of the Sky||N/A|
|11||Sun God||Add to Playlist||Play|
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