IGGY Pop gyrating in a bath of politicians blood, smearing anarchist signage all over images of the Queen best sum up Manchester band Cabbage.

Recently signing to 13 Artists, the fivesome are a bunch of satirical slut drops and punky ideologies.

Dropping debut EP, Le Chou on 29th January via Play and Record Records, the five lads have received praise from the likes of i-D Magazine and Huw Stephens.

Taking to Cosmosis Festival earlier on this year and already being announced as playing Sound City and Isle of Wight Festival, Cabbage are ready to put their stamp on 2016.

With references to the likes of Lux Interior, Le Chou rolls crafty lyricisms and punked-up rhymes, packing in some political punches, via spoken word, to force anti-establishment cry upon listening.

Tracks such as Dinnerlady and Contactless Payment spit out vulgar spurts of jacked-up guitars and timid beats, adding kooky riffs to soak up the profanities that are tainted with post-punk synths.

Catch them live Sunday 29th May at Manchester's Soup Kitchen.

Words Lauren Jones


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