Brudenell Social Club, Leeds.

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Cabbage return with brand new single ‘Torture’ on Thursday 28th February and have also announced an 11 date Spring headline UK tour.  

‘Torture’ produced by James Skelly (Blossoms, The Coral, She Drew The Gun, The Mysterines) at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool is described by the band as “a combination of some hijacked philosophical crossroads and the belief in the human voice box. It's our attempt at The Beach Boys if we ran out of money before getting the orchestra in. Nonetheless, with just a dose of pop and a terribly dour theme, it has come out just how we desired.”.

The single is a taster of what is to come from the follow up to ‘Nihilistic Glamour Shots’, the band’s critically acclaimed debut album release. The Mossley 5 piece have been busy preparing to hit the studio to record tracks for the new record some of which they will premiere at the forthcoming UK tour dates.

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 9am on Friday 1st March  

The previous year saw Cabbage release their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Nihilistic Glamour Shots’, which charted at No.1 in the UK Cassette chart, No.2 on the Independent Chart, No.4 on the Vinyl Chart and No.21 on the UK Official Album Chart.

The Sunday Times, Debut Of The Week “…a muscular sound that weaves funk between menacing riffs, rumbling bass and thunderous drums….Nirvana meets early Happy Mondays”

Q Magazine 4 **** Indie Scuzz Heroes”

Daily Mirror 4 ****  “Riffs and lurching grooves come complete with mighty choruses and squalling guitar” 

Daily Star 4 ****  “Singers Lee Broadbent and Joe Martin are the best double act since The Libertines

Louder Than War  9/10?“A punk blast with thrilling riffs and screaming choruses”