Cattle & Cane release their brand new album Navigator on Friday 8th November 2019 via Believe. Produced by Pete Hammerton (The Shires, Wandering Hearts, Tom Gregory), sibling duo Joe and Helen Hammill display a confidence and maturity that sees their soaring harmonies and timeless song-writing come to the fore.

The first single taken from the album, Mexico, is set for release in June and has already received support from BBC Radio 2, including a live session on the Saturday Afternoon show.

Having spent the past couple of years playing alongside with the likes of Tom Odell, Brian Wilson, The Head & The Heart and Nerina Pallot, Cattle & Cane have every right to be ambitious.

Sold-out signs are commonplace at their own headline gigs, including huge statement dates in their native North East at Sage Gateshead and Middlesbrough Town Hall, where a crowd of over 1,200 witnessed a magical performance alongside the Northern Orchestra last June.

Helen and Joe have also appeared at acclaimed international tastemaker events Canadian Music Week and Reeperbahn Festival, as well as some of the UK’s finest boutique and inner-city showcases like Tramlines, Live At Leeds, Liverpool Sound City, Black Deer, Cornbury and Deer Shed.

They’re spending the summer sharing stages with the likes of Stereophonics, Lewis Capaldi and Madness.

“There’s way more of a Fleetwood Mac influence than their earlier stuff and I love it” The Independent

Cattle & Cane Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘Mexico’ below:

Odina’s aesthetic is melancholic and sorrowful, yet brimming with warmth and delicacy. A project that began at a point of “exile” when moving to a different country -from sunny Catalonia to the rainy streets of London- Odina’s minimalist approach attracted widespread critical acclaim with debut EP Broken and subsequent singles in 2017, drawing comparisons to Joanna Newsom and Bon Iver and landing her a slot at Primavera Sound.

Recognised by critics as an artist to watch, to date Odina has received praise from Nylon, The 405, The Line of Best Fit, and Wonderland to name a few. Her upcoming EP Nothing Makes Sense, out later this summer has already passed the million streams on Spotify, and been named by Clash as “worth looking out for”.

Odina’s dappled, plaintive songwriting and her exposed vulnerability evoke intimacy, each track like a whispered diary entry, synthesising the deeply personal and emotional with the warmth of Odina’s delicate guitar accompaniment and reverbfilled production. The intimacy may come from the bedroom-like nature of her recordings, but mainly from her power to convey raw, unfiltered emotion.

Odina Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘Nothing Makes Sense’ below:

Jen North, just 17, has quickly become an artist with a distinguished image. She blends the soulful tones of alternative pop, with an Indie twist. Her music ranges from covers to individual ballads, each of which own their own quirks yet display a distinctive unmistakable sound that will leave listeners hooked.

Jen North Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify






Watch the official music for ‘Pretty Sure’ below: