Cabbage have today aired the new video for ‘Celebration Of A Disease’, lifted from the forthcoming EP ‘The Extended Play Of Cruelty’, to be released on August 25th on CD, Cassette and 10 inch vinyl, and available to stream now.
The Manchester band recently premiered EP track ‘A Network Betrayal’, described as “a tongue firmly in cheek depiction of train travel in Northern England,” by Cabbage co-vocalist Joe Martin. “When my brother (who actually works for Network Rail) heard it he told me to ‘buy a fucking ticket’. The more kind hearted rail staff I bump into, the guiltier I feel about writing it, but studying the varying behavioural traits of different conductors has always been fascinating. All quotes are genuine, having been frantically scribbled down during journeys.”
‘The Extended Play Of Cruelty’ EP was produced by James Skelly and Richard Turvey at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios, and is Cabbage’s first release since signing to new label Infectious Music (Alt-J, Drenge, DMA’s).
Watch the video, directed by Dom Foster, BELOW:
Cabbage’s busy summer of festival appearances, which kicked off with two shows at Glastonbury (watch their performance on the John Peel Stage here) and a raucous set at Latitude Festival (where they headlined The Lake Stage), continues this weekend with sets at Kendal & Standon Calling.
Having sold out every headline date they have played this year, Cabbage have announced details of a headline tour for September & October 2017. They will be supported by Doncaster’s The Blinders, Liverpool’s Queen Zee and The Sasstones, and Proletariat, from Cabbage’s hometown of Mossley, Greater Manchester.
Cabbage: Lee Broadbent (lead vocals), Joe Martin (vocals, guitar), Eoghan Clifford (guitar), Stephen Evans (bass), and Asa Morley (drums).
CABBAGE, HEADLINE TOUR:
Sept 27 Holmfirth, Picturedrome *
Sept 28 Preston, 53 Degrees *
Sept 29 Stockton, Ku Bar *
Sept 30 Leeds, Live Art Bistro *
Oct 6 Peterborough, The Met Lounge **
Oct 11 Dundee, Church **
Oct 12 Dunfermline, PJ Molloys **
Oct 13 Darlington, Inside Out (Darlington) **
Oct 14 Barrow, The Drawing Room **
Oct 17 Norwich, Norwich Arts Centre *
Oct 18 Bedford, Bedford Esquires *
Oct 19 Stowmarket, John Peel Centre for Creative Arts *
Oct 20 Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms *
Oct 21 Buckley, The Tivoli *
* The Blinders (Main Support), Queen Zee and The Sasstones (Opener)
** Queen Zee and The Sasstones (Main Support), Proletariat (Opener)
July 28 Kendal Calling
July 29 Standon Calling
July 30 Y Not Festival
August 5 Wirral: Skeleton Coast Festival.
August 6 Twycross, Wales: 110 Above Festival.
August 11 Italy: Ypsigrock Festival.
August 26 Reading Festival.
August 27 Leeds Festival.
Sept 1 Bingley Festival
Sept 9 Festival No. 6
Sept 15 Derbyshire: Rec Rock Festival.
Sept 16 Blackburn: Confessional Festival