Track: Cabbage – Preach to the Converted, plus UK tour news

With their debut album ‘Nihilistic Glamour Shots’ fast approaching, Mossley indie rockers Cabbage have released a new track, Preach to the converted. It follows previous singles ‘Celebration of a disease’, ‘Gibralter Ape’ and the current, 6Music playlisted ‘Arms of Pleonexia’. It’s full of (suprisingly enough) nihilistic post-punk energy, almost horror show theatrical in its accompanyment, while over the top the vocals bark out the message, and the singalong chorus.

Strap yourself in, and listen here

Nihilistic Glamour Shots is out on March 30th via Infectious Music.

Cabbage recently finished the first leg of their 2018 UK tour, including a sold-out show at London’s 100 Club. They embark on further dates in April following the release of the album, with support from She Drew The Gun. On May 19th, the band will curate ‘Glamour At Thee Ritz’ at Manchester’s O2 Ritz. Starting at 5pm and headlined by Cabbage, the event across 2 rooms at The Ritz will feature PINS, The Blinders, Rhythm Method, Witch Fever, Lady Bird, Sports Team + more to be announced over the coming weeks.

April 4              Aberdeen, The Tunnels
April 5              Edinburgh, The Mash House
April 6               Kendal, Brewery Art Centre
April 7               Middlesbrough, Westgarth Social Club
April 11        York, The Crescent Community Venue
April 12              Leicester, Dryden Street Social
April 13              Norwich, Norwich Arts Centre
April 14              Coventry, Empire
April 18              Oxford O2 Academy 2
April 19        Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
April 20              Brighton, Patterns
April 21              Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Main support on all April dates (except 21st): She Drew The Gun
May 19              Manchester O2 Ritz, Cabbage Present… Glamour At Thee Ritz
Also featuring PINS, The Blinders, Rhythm Method, Witch Fever, Lady Bird, Sports Team + more to be announced

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