"On their sixth album Cut Copy focus their energies on making the mind rather than the body dance to the kind of cold-steeled machine melody and subtle emotional manipulations that have lurked at the periphery of the Cut Copy oeuvre but never taken the spotlight. If their last album, 2017’s Haiku From Zero, represented the band at their most refined and efficiently emotive, Freeze, Melt’s slow reveal feels more akin to 2016’s January Tape, an extended electronic meditation all but devoid of vocals that plays its hand slowly but sublimely. Grayscale electronics, stiff rhythms and an austere atmosphere cast a cold shadow, recalling industrial, no wave and German synthesizer musics. In contrast to this, there’s a vitality at the core of Cut Copy that can’t be completely suppressed, showing itself in waves of beatific electronica, triumphant polyrhythmic grooves and post-rave ambient reverie." - Cutters Records
“It’s the most ‘electronic’ album we’ve made, but also the least ‘dance.’ In the past when we were in the studio we were striving to move people on the dancefloor, but in this case it was all about trying to move people in more of an emotional way.” - Dan Whitford
- red colored vinyl
- indie exclusive
- includes full color printed insert
- limited edition of 500
- music label: Cutters Records 2020
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