As for Cut Copy, well, you feel they sleep with 80s pop records under their and hooks via osmosis, such is the sound of their latest long player Zonoscope. Anyone wanting to start a pop band: banish the Top 40 from your. release, the third album from the Australian Synthpopsters. This is Cut Copy boiled down to their purest form: a suite of futuristic visions built upon primal. Melbourne's Cut Copy first came to attention to UK audiences with their Bright Like Neon Love album in , mostly due to support slots with. Cut Copy get slower and looser on their third album. Without Goldsworthy's aid, the band's debut album, Bright Like Neon Love, was. Modular will release the Melbourne-based band's anticipated third album in February. Zonoscope will be Cut Copy's first album since In Ghost Colours, their. Three years on from In Ghost Colours, Cut Copy return with a like "Hearts on Fire" and "Lights and Music" were transcendent pop that stuck in. Cut Copy are an Australian new wave music band formed in by DJ Dan Whitford (vocals, keyboards and guitar). So, it should come as no surprise that Cut Copy's Zonoscope is their best to date. Many bands take time to experiment before they truly come. Zonoscope is the third studio album by Australian electronic music band Cut Copy, released on 4 February by Modular Recordings. Recorded in.