Cattle & Cane will end tour with intimate Durham gig

Cattle & Cane will take to the stage at the Old Cinema Launderette in Durham City next week.

Thursday, 18th February 2016, 1:11 pm
Updated Thursday, 18th February 2016, 1:15 pm
Cattle & Cane.

The pop-folk band will end their tour at the Marshall Terrace venue on February 28.

Back in September, Cattle & Cane released their debut album Home and celebrated with their biggest headline show to date – a sold-out 1,000 capacity gig at Teesside University in their home town of Middlesbrough.

Their recent video for fan-favourite Sold My Soul was filmed at the gig and manages to capture the sound of siblings Joe, Helen, Fran and Vin Hammill, with family friend Tom Chapman on percussion.

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As heard on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 1, Amazing Radio and Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, Cattle & Cane have been heavily championed by the BBC Introducing team.

They performed at T In The Park and BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park before they’d even released their debut single, I Will Rise – which has now had more than 1.5 million streams online.

A live session on BBC Radio 2 for Dermot O’Leary followed and one of the tracks they performed has since been released on Dermot’s Saturday Sessions compilation, alongside such luminaries as The Stereophonics and The XX.

Their music has also been featured on TV shows including Made In Chelsea