“It’s about the cyclical nature of bad decisions. Empty Envelope examines the process of burning everything down to rebuild from the ashes.”
Pixie Cut Rhythm Orchestra is made up of songwriter/guitarist Sarah Deegan, drummer Danni Nolan and bassist Alice Grollero, who met through gigging around Dublin. They are influenced by artists such as Kathleen Hanna and Sinead O’ Connor.
Pixie Cut Rhythm Orchestra return with new single Empty Envelope
Released on Anon Records, Empty Envelope is the follow up to February’s ‘I didn’t love you when I said I did and I don’t now’, which received radio and media support in Ireland, US and UK, being playlisted on RTE 2fm, 8Radio, BBC NI and KEXP.
Pixie Cut Rhythm Orchestra will be playing a single launch show at the Workman’s Club, Dublin on September 24th (with support from Laura Ryder) and headlining Sin E, Dublin on October 2nd (with support from Melter).
Check out the brand new track Empty Envelope below