About Leftover Cuties
Leftover Cuties: an irresistible combination of sultry vocals, pop-perfect songwriting, and old-school musicianship.
From the opening theme of Showtime’s “The Big C” to the infectiously happy “Smile Big” that propelled last Summer’s Olympic Samsung Galaxy S III commercial to the current worldwide Hyundai commercial that features the group’s cover of “When You’re Smiling,” Leftover Cuties are a band you’ve heard but may not know yet.
This summer, Leftover Cuties will harness all of their past successes to release a brand-new full length album, The Spark & the Fire. Produced by multi Grammy award winning engineer/producer Dave Way (Fiona Apple, Sheryl Crow, Macy Gray), the collection is led by the foot-stomping, driving anthem “One Heart,” and features the heartbreakingly sweet ballad “Clarity,” an instant classic. Topped by a full US tour, 2013 will surely see Leftover Cuties catch fire.
Facts About The Artist
- McAllen first moved to Los Angeles from her native Israel (where she served in the army), she was still finding her way musically. “I grew up listening to Israeli music, ‘90s grunge rock and singer songwriters,” she says.
- In 2010, that sweet tune “A Game Called Life”, written on a napkin in five minutes was tabbed as the theme song for the acclaimed Showtime series “The Big C” starring Laura Linney.
What Other People Have Been Saying...
“they dance through indie rock to pop and jazz with old school veneer… they pull off every movement, every cover, and every note with style and skill.” –Examiner
“Between covers of songs like “You Are My Sunshine” and “At Last,” and cheerful original material, Leftover Cuties strikes a warm, fuzzy chord with its listeners.” –Phoenix New Times
“From the group’s vintage aesthetic to the diverse audience it captures, everything about Leftover Cuties radiates with elegance, sincerity, and timelessness.” -Karla Hernandez, redefinemag.com. Read The Full Article here