Cut Off Your Hands announce special guests
Cut Off Your Hands announce special guests for MySpace Secret Show!
Thursday 9th October, Auckland
WELLINGTON, Friday 3rd October 2008 – Cut Off Your Hands have announced some special guests to help celebrate their album release at a MySpace Secret Show, presented by MySpace and Visa Entertainment, in Auckland on Thursday 9th October.
The band who have been touring extensively throughout Europe, Australia and Japan fly into New Zealand for a brief jaunt to attend the NZ Music Awards and play an intimate MySpace Secret Show at an undisclosed venue to a handful of lucky MySpace users.
Prepare your suede brushes, snake skin boots and popped collars because joining the band on the night will be Hollywood runaway DJ Dan Mancini, and Speak n Spell's David Benge. The pair will be teaming up to spin their favourite tunes from around the globe, before and after Cut Off Your Hand's MySpace Secret Show performance.
Cut Off Your Hands signed to the prestigious 679 record label in the UK and their first single ‘Oh Girl’ hit #1 on the UK’s influential NME chart. After notable tours and EP releases the band are now ready to release their debut album ‘You and I’ in New Zealand on October 6th. Fans will be able to hear first hand songs from the debut album at this MySpace Secret Show and receive exclusive screen printed posters to commemorate the event. An exclusive listening session of the album ‘You and I’ is available now on MySpace from the bands profile www.myspace.com/cutoffyourhands ahead of release.
MySpace Secret Shows, presented by Visa Entertainment, are exclusive, FREE concerts held throughout New Zealand featuring some of the biggest Kiwi artists. The only way MySpace users can find out specific details about this and future concerts is by adding Secret Shows as a ‘friend’ to their profile via www.myspace.com/secretshowsnz . This will guarantee they are the first to find out details as they are made available. When all is revealed, entry to the show is on a first-come-first-served basis.
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