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Cattle & Cane’s most recent visit to Stockton was to play at the brand-new Globe venue back in December. This time around they return to their old favourite The Georgian Theatre for a special and stripped-back show on Saturday 9th April comprising solely of siblings Joe and Helen Hammill and a guitar – exactly the way the band first began.

Forever gaining fans, the hard-working folk pop duo are increasingly used to playing sell-out performances with their band, and have notched up over 16 million Spotify streams and gained support from numerous radio presenters at the likes of Amazing Radio and the BBC. They even sneaked onto the soundtrack of the Christmas episode of the wonderful Gone Fishing with fellow local lad Bob Mortimer – a proud moment indeed.

Their last album, Navigator, received excellent reviews, with single Mexico being played on BBC Radio 2 by Dermot O’Leary. As well as all the old favourites they promise to play some as-yet-unheard and unreleased songs to give fans a taster of their new album, due to be finished sometime later this year. While their full band gigs are undoubtedly fantastic, there’s bound to be something even more magical about this intimate, acoustic show from the Teesside twosome back on their home turf.

Cattle & Cane play The Georgian Theatre, Stockton on Saturday 9th April.

 

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