4 Songs to Cut Your Hair to Over Lockdown!

In need of a haircut? Aren’t we all…

As many of us reach for our own tools to sculpt DIY barnets, there hasn’t been a shortage of bands releasing somewhat motivational haircut-related music!

So unless you’re lucky enough to be spending lockdown in the company of a hairdresser/barber, grab your scissors, shaver, clippers, shears or even a hedge-trimmer* and get cracking on your “#coronacut” (I know, I cringed too) to the following tracks!

We Are Scientists – I Cut My Own Hair

For a track that was written pre-lockdown, it’s certainly fitting during the current climate! ‘I Cut My Own Hair’ sees We Are Scientist’s first release since 2018 and it’s a sharp, snappy offering which is finished off by a super-funky bassline. Fun fact: Frontman Keith Murray was already ahead of the curve and had been cutting his own hair for years!

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Walt Disco – Cut Your Hair

Glasgow’s Walt Disco recently returned with ‘Cut Your Hair’, a turbulent track with a glam-rock edge and tinged with 80’s goodness written as “a wee fun jibe at people passing judgement to those who are just being themselves”.

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Drool – SNCMH (She Never Cut My Hair)

This garage-tinged, energy-fuelled track comes from East London based Drool, a band who impressed us twice over with their insanely captivating tracks. ‘SNCMH’ is concise and to the point and a genuinely fun track to sing-along or jump around your room to!

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SLANT – Haircut

‘Haircut’ is the debut track from Brighton based band SLANT! It’s a track that’s witty and is so feisty that it’s captivating from the word go. Read more about the track here.

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*Mix It All Up does not recommend using shears/hedge-cutters to cut your hair and will not be held liable for anyone injuring themselves if attempting to do so!

 



One thought on “4 Songs to Cut Your Hair to Over Lockdown!

  • May 27, 2020 at 3:03 pm
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    Loving the theme – sncmh is a catchy number!

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