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Cattle & Cane – Bring new album ‘Navigator’ to Newcastle this November

Cattle & Cane – Bring new album ‘Navigator’ to Newcastle this November

8th November Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle


CATTLE & CANE share their euphoric and sun-drenched new single Mexico, the first track to be taken from their eagerly anticipated upcoming album Navigator ahead of its release on Friday 8th November 2019.

Produced by Pete Hammerton (Kylie Minogue, The Shires, Wandering Hearts, Tom Gregory), Mexico has already picked up plays from BBC Radio 2, including a live session on the Saturday Afternoon show.

The confidence and maturity on display delivers an enticing statement of intent from sibling duo Joe and Helen Hammill.

“For the first time ever, we took a step back last year and actually thought about how Cattle & Cane should sound and where we want to take it” says Joe.

“Being in a band isn’t always easy and sometimes it can take some time to find your way, but this is undoubtedly the most excited we’ve ever been about sharing new music” he adds.

“We’ve always been ambitious,” explains Helen, “but I think locking ourselves away with Pete [Hammerton] for the last few months has enabled us to create some songs that really justify our ambition” she adds.

Having spent the past couple of years sharing stages with the likes of Tom OdellBrian WilsonStereophonicsThe Head & The Heart and Lewis Capaldi, Cattle & Cane have every right to be ambitious.

Sold-out signs are commonplace at their own headline gigs, including huge regional statement dates 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 at some of the UK’s finest boutique and inner-city showcases like TramlinesLive At LeedsLiverpool Sound CityBlack DeerCornbury and Deer Shed.

To coincide with their new album, Cattle & Cane are on tour across the UK this autumn and if you can’t wait until then, you can catch them at a number of festivals this summer:
21st July Bitts Park, Carlisle

2nd August Cambridge Folk Festival

18th August Hardwick Live, County Durham

24th August Cottingham Folk Festival 

23rd October Glad Café, Glasgow

24th October The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

25th October Hemelvaart Bier Café, Ayton

26th October New Adelphi Club, Hull

27th October Oporto, Leeds

29th October Castle Hotel, Manchester

30th October Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

31st October Hen & Chicken, Bristol

2nd November Northern Edge, Berwick

8th November Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle

12th November Oslo, London


With blogs such as Clash, Impose, Bitter Sweet Symphonies, Louder Than War, Wolf In A Suit, Queen Beetch and Gigsoup singing their praises, not to mention Music Weekthe IndependentMetro and Record of the Day, Cattle & Cane are on the tip of respected tastemakers tongues.

They’ve received airplay from such luminaries as Dermot O’Leary on BBC Radio 2Elton John on Beats 1Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6 MusicFrank Skinner on Absolute RadioGary Crowley on BBC London and John Kennedy on Radio X, as well as the BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio teams.

Cattle & Cane have accumulated millions of Spotify streams, thanks in part to playlists like New Music Friday UKYour Coffee BreakFresh FolkYour Office Stereo and Feelgood Pop.

Over on TV, their music has featured on shows including Sunday BrunchMade In ChelseaThe Only Way Is EssexAvenida Brasil and MTV’s Catfish, as well as on BT TV Music and Vintage TV.

Further support came from Middlesbrough FC, who printed some of the band’s lyrics on the club’s home shirts during the 2018-19 season:



“God, I love that!” – Elton John

“That was awesome!” – Dermot O’Leary

“Gorgeous, soaring, folk-pop anthems for passionate souls” – A Music Blog, Yea?

“They’re just going from strength to strength… check out their album Mirrors” – Tom Robinson 

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

“The band’s live show is magical… get ready to clap your hands and sing along – it’s pretty much requisite at a Cattle & Cane show” – Metro

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