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Led by brother and sister pair Joseph and Helen Hammill, the Middlesbrough outfit deliver excellent songwriting, uplifting vocals and gorgeous harmonies that give way to soaring folk-pop anthems. They arrive at Sage Gateshead on the back of the release of their new album Mirrors which is released on 28 April 2017.
With extensive radio support from the likes of BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 6 Music and Amazing Radio, Cattle & Cane have been heavily championed by the BBC Introducing team and previously performed on their stages at T In The Park and BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park.
“C&C’s uplifting vocals build to the climax of a track like ‘Come Home’ with subtlety and real emotion. Listen if you like: The Staves, War on Drugs, Pierces” – The Independent
“Brings to mind the anthemic autumnal vibe of Bastille while nodding heads
to more classic artists like Fleetwood Mac” – Gigsoup
“Gorgeous, soaring, folk-pop anthems for passionate souls” – A Music Blog, Yea?
Soham De: 8pm – 8.30pm,
Cattle and Cane: 9pm – 10pm.
Timings subject to change.
Some of the biggest names in music visit the banks of the Tyne this May and June while we also have innovative talks and performances as part of Thinking Digital Arts 2017 & Hexham Gathering returns.
Sage Gateshead welcomes some of the finest indie and alternative rock bands from across the world.