‘NECROFLAT IN THE PALACE EP’
1. Necroflat In The Palace
2. Indispensable Pencil
3. It’s Grim Up North Korea
Cabbage have today released ‘Necroflat In The Palace EP’ on James Skelly’s Skeleton Key Records, the original home of Blossoms and home of She Drew the Gun. The four track EP is the second in a series of three EP’s from the hotly tipped Manchester five-piece, and follows the release of ‘Uber Capitalist Death Trade EP’ in September. The third and final EP in the series will drop on November 25.
Write Cabbage of the new EP:
EXHIBIT B. Man’s being is non-finite in that existence continues beyond death both bodily and spiritually, however not as a disembodied soul. Those wretched hands that destroyed our nations soul, has been posthumously vilified and sent straight to hell. But there are positives. Self-awareness is key to cognitive dissonance and the true land of the North will be freed by the North Republic of Communist England. Join us as Paul Gascoigne leads us into freedom. It’s no longer grim up North!!!
Cabbage, who have toured with Blossoms, YAK and The Fall, are currently on an extensive headline tour, which included a sold-out hometown show at Manchester’s Ruby Lounge last week. They will play London’s Old Blue Last on November 24 as part of The Great Escape Festival’s First Fifty series of gigs.
Cabbage: Lee Broadbent (lead vocals), Joe Martin (vocals, guitar), Eoghan Clifford (guitar), Stephen Evans (bass), Asa Morley (drums).
3rd Derby The Venue
4th Liverpool Magnet
5th Bolton Blind Tiger
10th Reading Purple Turtle
11th Brighton Green Store Door
12th Plymouth Underground
17th Glasgow Stereo
18th Stockton on Tees Ku
19th Stoke Sugarmill
24th London, The Old Blue Last – The Great Escape 2017 First Fifty
Marc Riley, BBC 6Music
“…they’re hell-bent on filling the current vacancy for rock’n’roll commentator on Brexit Britain”
“…twisted post-punk slinkers stuffed with explicit lyrics and Jack White levels of rage”
“All the great bands have the madness. That brilliant walk-the-line between anarchy and genius and the wonderful Cabbage are the tightrope kings”
John Robb, Louder Than War
“Cabbage capture the energy of the city’s (Manchester) great pop moment – that one that stretched from the late seventies to the mid-nineties, spawned at least two generations worth of bands and altered popular music forever” i-D