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CUTTS is an alt-pop duo formed by Lillian Cutts and Peter Bonaventure. The two musicians began their collaboration one summer in Bonaventure's DC apartment. The two became close friends, however the music would stall before ever being released when Bonaventure moved to New York. In 2017, Lillian suffered the loss of a loved one, and threw herself into music as a way of healing. All at once she attempted to write, engineer, produce, and design for her own solo project which she had dubbed, "CUTTS." Though the energy and passion was there, Lillian struggled to create the project all on her own. She asked Bonaventure if he would be interested in remaking one of their old songs for her project and he agreed. When they met in Bonaventure's Brooklyn apartment to remake the song, everything started to click. Not only did they finish the song in a matter of days, but they began writing new music together. After a month of this, they knew it was more than one friend helping another, more than just a solo project, it had become a real musical partnership built on trust and respect.
Venue: Mercury Lounge
217 E. Houston St.
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