Scrapping their way into new striking territory is CABBAGE

Indie | Monday 6th February 2017 | Rachel

Fresh off the press, politically charged neo-punk band ‘Cabbage are deliberately touching nerves with their recently released debut compilation, ‘Young, Dumb and Full of..’ ; positioning the project as the most striking new band out of Manchester.

With their sound the spit of veterans ‘Fat White Family’ and ‘The Fall’, their pieces are from the same vein; sharing raw production, such as Lee Broadbent’s primitive vocals, crude, boundary pushing lyrics, as well as exaggerated, obscene music videos.

What lies at the heart of their music is their mockery of gruelling British life, along with their close devotion to politics that is injected into tracks like ‘Uber Capitalist Death Trade’ and ‘Terrorist Synthesizer’. ‘Cabbage’ are set to conclude an array of festivals and live sets up and down the country, from Parklife to Sound City to GoldSounds Fest.  Listen to their new EP Compilation here