GOLDHEART ASSEMBLY+ CATTLE & CANE

Goldheart Assembly have announced details a UK headline tour in October, to celebrate the release of their new album Long Distance Song Effects. The band recently completed a short ‘low-key’ run of sold-out dates across the UK culminating in a show at London’s Borderline.

Self-produced by the band with Swiss musician / producer Tobi Gmur and recorded in Switzerland and London, the 11-track album follows their acclaimed debut, Wolves and Thieves, which was released in March 2010.

This London six-piece’s life-affirming melodies will remind you why you fell in love with pop.” – The Guardian

“The way that Goldheart Assembly write a chorus that wouldn’t sound out of place at midnight on the Pyramid Stage suggests this is a band with the whole world ahead of them.” - NME

Goldheart Assembly Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Stephanie and the Ferris Wheel’ below:


Plus support from CATTLE & CANE

Cattle & Cane are a real family affair, with four members of the prodigious Hammill brood involved. The band have generated a strong following since being selected by the BBC to perform at Scotland’s legendary T In The Park. There is a growing sense that they are heading for bigger things, and the buzz continues to grow after sold-out shows, features from iTunes, BBC 6Music and a 5* ‘single of the week’ award in the News Of The World.

‘Pull Down The Moon’, their new single which is released on 25th November, produced by Tristan Ivemy (Frank Turner, The Heartbreaks, The Holloways) is a fitting and rousing finale to the year with addictive harmonies and a heart-warming serving of alt-country pop. Accompanied by the more plaintive albeit impassioned and rather wonderful ‘Have You Been In The Wars Again’, Cattle & Cane show why they have become a live favourite in their native North East following past and present praised locals, artists who wove their own path and confidently strode onwards…

Cattle & Cane Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘I Will Rise’ below: