Cut Copy’s ‘Let Me Show You’ Stream Wants To Melt Your Brain
Written by Mike Hohnen on 2nd August, 2013
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After first announcing Let Me Show You in the most hipster way, like, ever, Cut Copy have now officially released the track which will be included on their forthcoming album.
First performed at Pitchfork Music Festival, the track was initially released only as a limited run of vinyl, which was cut there and then on the festival grounds, creating an instant collectors item.
Now the track’s made its way online, Let Me Show You sounds a lot like we feel on nights out – well presented, tidy, reserved, and all ending drinking straight from the bottle, standing on the table and ready for more.
The video released in conjunction with the clip is a slightly different beast, encouraging you to stare directly at a swirling mass of lines that are designed to melt your brain and help you see through time. Or something.
Previously, the band revealed another track said to be featured on the album, Explorers, while performing at Governors Ball. So far, all signs seem to indicate that the follow up to Zonoscope will be a more than worthy successor.
Listen: Cut Copy – Let Me Show You