things are certainly hotting up for Cujo at the moment. Last week the band received their first review in the NME and what a review it was! Reviewing Fake Lunar Landing, a track taken from the band's debut EP, AlieNation, Mark Beaumont wrote, “…growly popsters Cujo are lashing meaty Ash riffs to Green Day punk with the studio wires that made Neil Armstrong appear weightless in 1969 and inventing conspiracy rock… sheer Nirvana brilliance… it'll kill The Black Velvets…” (NME, June 18th, p.69) Fake Lunar Landing and all other tracks from the EP can be bought from Karma Download link and cd's from HMV link
That was not the only good news the band received last week though… Cujo have also been shortlisted in the unsigned competition which takes place this week. Once again, the band were selected from hundreds of entries (around 450 in this case) and have made the shortlist of just 8 bands/artists who are in with a chance of playing at the upcoming O2 Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park. Cujo's entry will be aired on the London Tonight programme tomorrow or Thursday (we've not been told which yet) at 6.15pm and viewers will be able to text their vote straight afterwards, with the winner being announced at 6.30pm. Please tune in and vote for the band and spread the word to the world and his wife. With your help we could make this Cujo's second major festival appearance of the summer!!