• About

    Leftover Cuties
    Combining alluring female vocals, ukulele, upright bass, horns, keys, accordion, and not so brushed drums; this quartet called Leftover Cuties have a unique sound to call their own. Coupled with classic songwriting, relatable lyricism and effortless interplay, the Cuties live performances are magical, charming experiences that will surely have you falling in love.

    Leftover Cuties first big break came early on, when their tune “Game Called Life” was chosen as the opening theme for Showtime’s hit series, The Big C. Their music has also been featured in a host of ad campaigns across the globe for brands as far ranging as Samsung, Hyundai, and Ikea.

    Leftover Cuties’ previous album releases such as “Places To Go” (2011 – produced by Tony Berg) and the “Spark & the Fire” (2013 – produced by Dave Way) were instant favorites of tastemaker radio station KCRW among many others. The band was featured in Paste Magazine’s ‘Artists on the Rise’ issue, and several songs off those albums were featured by brands such as Forever 21, Roxy, and Starbucks. With numerous performances around the US, and millions of YouTube Streams, the band has established a fan base that is as dedicated as it is diverse.

    This spring sees Leftover Cuties capitalizing on their success with the release of a brand new self-produced single titled: “If You Want the Rainbow” on May 19th, as well as a US summer tour, with a brief detour to Bergenfest in Norway.

    Leftover Cuties has performed alongside Alabama Shakes, Lake Street Dive, Matisyahu, Foxes, A Great Big World, HoneyHoney, Jake Simabukuro, Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Shelby Lynne, and many more.



    PRESS

    Song Premiere – “Clarity” – American Songwriter
    Video Premiere – “One Heart” – Lucky Magazine
    “Best of What’s Next” – Paste Magazine
    Album Preview – The Spark & the Fire – KCRW.com
    Song Premiere – “What’s The Matter” – The A.V. Club
    Beatles Reimagined Compilation – LA Times
    Live Performance with WFUV
    Song Premiere – “One Heart” – Paste Magazine
    Live Review – Hotel Cafe – Grammy.com