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The Cuckoos set to release Self-Titled Debut

Submitted by Big Picture Media on Wed, 10/25/2017 - 7:24 pm

The Cuckoos have signed a distribution deal with Republic of Music following the success of their self-titled debut EP, released in April 2017. "Republic of Music are delighted to be working with The Cuckoos," explains Mark McQuillan, Managing Director at Republic of Music. "As soon as I heard their excellent EP I knew it was a band we could work with and help build their profile. Great tunes and real promise." Through Republic of Music, the band will be re-releasing their aforementioned EP, featuring a new song "A Little Bit Funky", on 11/24.

The Cuckoos To Make NYC Debut on 7/12

Submitted by Big Picture Media on Wed, 06/21/2017 - 12:17 pm
After playing countless shows across their homestate of Texas, and recently completing a successful first-ever UK tour, psychedelic rock band The Cuckoos are set to make their New York City debut at Pianos on Wednesday, July 12th. "We are super stoked to kick out the jams in the Big Apple," explains vocalist/keyboardist, Kenneth Frost.

The Cuckoos Release "Mind Breakthrough"

Submitted by Big Picture Media on Thu, 03/30/2017 - 7:00 am

The Cuckoos, consisting of Kenneth Frost (vocals, keyboards) Dave North (lead guitar, backing vocals) Eric Ross (bass guitar) and Cole Koenning (drums), first began making music in 2014. Listeners have praised the band's uncanny ability to bring back the sounds of psychedelic rock from the 1960s in their original songs—an especially impressive feat considering their ages.

The Cuckoos Release New Single Get It On

Submitted by Big Picture Media on Fri, 03/03/2017 - 9:13 am
The Cuckoos, consisting of Kenneth Frost (vocals, keyboards) Dave North (lead guitar, backing vocals) Eric Ross (bass guitar) and Cole Koenning (drums), first began making music in 2014. Listeners have praised the band's uncanny ability to bring back the sounds of psychedelic rock from the 1960s in their original songs—an especially impressive feat considering their ages.

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