A semi-controlled riot of tunes, energy, politics and black humour; Cabbage are one of the most exciting new live acts in the UK. Having spent much of 2016 playing to increasing crowds and growing media attention, the Manchester five-piece just embarked on their busiest tour schedule yet.
February saw them headline the national BBC Introducing tour, in March they were main support for Blossoms on the acclaimed NME tour, In April they play sold out shows at Manchester Academy 2 and London Dingwalls. In May, the five-piece from Mossley, support Courteeners at Emirates, Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester (50,000 capacity). Moving on to July … the band will play sold out shows at Manchester Ritz and London Scala.
The band are made up by Lee Broadbent (lead vocals), Joe Martin (vocals, guitar), Eoghan Clifford (guitar), Stephen Evans (bass) and Asa Morley (drums), who all grew up next to each other in Mossley: “an insignificant dead zone eight miles east of Manchester” (The Guardian).
Cabbage were included in the longlist for BBC Sound Of 2017 next to artists such as Anderson .Paak, Rag’n’Bone Man, RAYE, Nadia Rose and Declan McKenna, and are predicted to reach new heights upon the release of their debut album.
Blue Raincoat Songs have signed …
Blue Raincoat Songs have signed the Manchester five piece, Cabbage who are regularly pegged as the most exciting band in the UK right now. Through relentless dedication and hard graft they’ve self-released 4 EPs culminating in ‘Young, Dumb And Full Of…’ and have just embarked on their busiest tour schedule yet.
The band consists of Lee Broadbent (lead vocals), Joe Martin (vocals, guitar), Eoghan Clifford (guitar), Stephan Evans (bass) & Asa Morley (drums). Having been included in the longlist for BBC Sound of 2017 alongside artists such as Anderson .Paak, Rag’N’Bone Man, RAYE & Nadia Rose we know they’ll reach new heights upon the release of their debut album.