Pixie Cut Rhythm Orchestra is comprised of singer/guitarist Sarah Deegan, drummer Danni Nolan and bassist Sarah Michelle, who met through the gig circuit of Dublin's underground music scene.
Influenced by indie and grunge, Deegan’s quick-witted and intimate songwriting strikes a balance between irony and sincerity.
“a morose, yet barbed indie banger exploring young adulthood through a distinctly Irish lens.” - Clare Martin, Paste Magazine
Released on Anon Records, their anti-valentines day single 'I didn't love you when I said I did and I don't now' received widespread radio support in Ireland, the UK and the US. The track was playlisted by BBC NI, Newstalk, 8Radio, RTEfm, and KEXP in Seattle. RTE 2fm Alternative Presenter Dan Hegarty chose the track as his favourite Irish release of 2021.
"[I Didn't Love You when I Said I Did is] a song that stops you in your tracks and makes you listen" - Gemma Bradley, BBC Across The Line
Off the back of the cutting ‘I didn’t love you when I said I did,’ the Dublin trio recently released ‘Empty Envelope,’ a contemplative dream-pop lamentation that earned comparisons to Pillow Queens and the Cranberries.
"With their new single ‘Empty Envelope’, the band have crafted another slow-burning, moving ode to emotional resilience" - Kate Crudgington, Get In Her Ears
The three-piece indie outfit have recently supported the likes of Silverbacks, M(h)aol and Careerist, and played two sold out headline shows in Dublin's Sin E and Workman’s Club. The band also performed at last year’s Ireland Music Week Showcase.
PCRO recently headlined The Annesley House, Dublin, with support from Clara Tracey and Gurriers. They recently played a sold out Button Factory support slot with The Backseat Lovers, and played Whelan’s Main Room opening for Silverbacks.
The band is currently finishing off their debut album with Sean Montgomery Dietz.