JoyCut have been invited to play at this years Meltdown festival at the Southbank curated by Robert Smith on Friday 15th June.

Making music for the future, JoyCut weave sounds from a mass of electronics and two drum kits, with orchestral breathings, cinematic saturations, tribal drumming and industrial percussion. They will also be playing new material making it an extra special performance not to be missed.

Designing atmospheric layers of sound with a dark edge, the three piece band seamlessly blend big drum rhythms with a twitching melancholy and inventiveness that makes them hypnotic in their power.

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The last album, PiecesOfUsWereLeftOnTheGround took the band to new heights, evidenced by the album’s continued success, with a never-ending tour of over 300 dates across North America, Asia and Europe. With the digital mantra #JoyCutNeverStops the band touched more than 60 countries, culminating in a Top 5 European Talent Exchange Programme [ETEP] position.

Following a successful TEDx performance in Verona and inspired by their recent travels to the East, JoyCut played a sold-out Venice Biennale show debuting their new six-act “Opera” K O M O R E B I, a soundtrack tribute to Japan: a combination of their dramatic music with visual art chapters that created a world to get lost in.

Commitment to environmental issues has also led JoyCut to participate in many sustainability green projects and campaigns. The band are now working on their fourth album and plan to release in 2019.


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Nikki McNeill | Global Publicity