San Francisco's Papercuts who late last year played support alongside Camera Obscura will have a new home for their music. As with any good relationship that you hope will last, the band has changed their status and their significant other has put out a press release! No longer label-less; they have Sub Pop listed as their new 'official'. Wonderful! After bouncing around through Rough Trade distribution, and Domino Publishing in Europe for their recent album which was put out in the US on Gnomonsong (label run by Andy Cabic of Vetiver) we're happy to see them in such a great place. We're excited to see what will come next after the group's latest release "You Can Have What You Want" received such raves (from us as well). Don't let us down now, boys! Show us what you've got!
Sub Pop has noted that it is their intention to have Papercuts debut released in the beginning of 2011. This will be the band's fourth release (after their most recent "You Can Have What You Want"). Lead singer Jason Quever is a recording engineer and producer with Pan American Recording Studio (his home studio) and has worked with various artists such as Cass McCombs, and Port O'Brien. We wish them all the best and look forward to hearing more!