July 21, 2015 in News
Cattle & Cane follow the release of ‘Come Home’ in June with a further track taken from their debut album, Home. ‘Skies’ is another slice of perfect harmonic pop from the Middlesbrough five piece, replete with a chorus set to earworm its way into the national consciousness.
Having been tipped following standout performances at T In The Park and Liverpool Sound City, the band have already found themselves in the odd position of being local heroes in their home town, a status emphasized by their forthcoming headline show at the town’s 1000 capacity Teesside University on September 18th to celebrate the album release.
The band emphasized their local pride with support for Middlesbrough FC’s play-off run with a new version of Stevie Wonder’s ‘Isn’t He Lovely’ dedicated to left back George Friend, clocking up over 100,000 YouTube views along. They have also collaborated with the Olde Young Tea House in the town to create a special Cattle and Cane tea, which will be available to buy at all tour dates.
Cattle & Cane release their debut album, Home on September 14th 2015 via Quiet Crown Recordings.
“Surely one of the bands to watch out for in 2015” – Sunday Brunch, Channel 4
“We found ourselves humming incessantly to the gloriously addictive ‘Sold My Soul’ – infectious!” – Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music
CATTLE & CANE PLAY THE RAINBOW BIRMINGHAM ON THURSDAY 22ND OCTOBER 2015. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE.
Watch the video for ‘Skies’ below: