Friday Firsts: The Kut

Posted on 15 November 2019
By Alley Richardson
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Punk, alive and living in London, England. The Kut have been creating a stir in the Alt-Rock scene, they unleashed their album on Valley Of Thorns in April 2018 which reached number number 7 on the UK Rock Album Chart.

X-Ray Eyes taken is the 9th track from the album is a cerebral mass, twisted and loud and hard as you like. Multi-layered harmonies give it a modern and somewhat sophisticated feel and the accompanying video of vampires and slayers and a rollicking good time.

Other standout tracks from the album includes Mind Games, has a menacingly beautiful soundtrack with a seductive lyrical curve. Bad Man is a screamer, high energy with kick-ass drums that’ll have you cranking that volume. Love In The Rush Hour can only be described as Black Velvet (Alannah Miles 1998) on steroids, fully charged and super sexy from beginning to end.

The Kut, is the alter-ego of multi-instrumentalist solo-artist and recent PhD Graduate, Princess Maha. Live, The Kut is a trio feat. Diana Bartmann (drums) and Stella Vie (bass) amongst a regular crew.

Finalists of the UK Songwriting Contest 2017 and 2018 and semi-finalists Of The International Songwriting Contest their album has achieved airplay on 100+ radio stations worldwide and in 12 US states.

They have toured extensively across the UK and Europe and hit the stages of many of the biggest UK festivals of 2018 including Camden Rocks, Amplified and BBC Introducing stages to name but a few.

Nominated for Breakthrough Artiste 2019 in the Live UK Music Business Awards for the artist who has made the most significant breakthrough in the last 12 months.

To celebrate their top 10 album position and 10 years of independent music took their ROCK DECDIUM tour to 10 venues throughout the UK including London, Cardiff, Newcastle and Blackpool. Wow, what a way to celebrate!

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