Cattle & Cane – ‘Mirrors’ Campaign Highlights To Date

Updated Monday 25th September 2017...

Radio

Beats 1Elton John (x1) “God, I love that!”

BBC Radio 2 – Dermot O’Leary (x2) “That’s lovely stuff…” & Janice Long (x3) “Janice Loves”

BBC Radio 6 Music – Tom Robinson (x1)

Absolute RadioFrank Skinner (x1)

BBC London – Gary Crowley (x2) “How delicious is that?”

BBC Introducing – extensive support from Bob Fischer at BBC Tees and Nick Roberts at BBC Newcastle, plus ‘BBC Introducing Artist Of The Week‘ (x2) with syndicated plays across all 40 regional stations

Amazing Radio – session and interview with Frankie Francis + over 30 plays across the station

BBC Tees – numerous interviews and sessions + ‘Single Of The Week’ (x4) played on every daytime show

Streaming

Spotify – playlist support including ‘New Music Friday UK’ (415,907 followers), ‘Your Coffee Break’ (343,884 followers), ‘Zuhause’ (338,413 followers), ‘Feelgood Pop’ (114,329 followers), ‘Your Office Stereo’ (61286 followers) and ‘Fresh Folk’ (146,634 followers)

TV

Sunday Brunch – ‘Fool For You’ video feature and accompanying Spotify playlist

Vintage TVlive session featuring two tracks, broadcast on 29th June & 2nd July

BT TV – ‘Fool For You’ on the music playlist

Made In Chelsea – ‘Fool For You’ on show and accompanying Spotify playlist

The Only Way Is Essex – ‘Fool For You’ on show and accompanying Spotify playlist

Sub TV – ‘Fool For You’ playlisted

Soundnet – ‘Fool For You’ playlisted

Press

Music Weekwww.musicweek.com/music-week-presents/read/music-week-presents-cattle-cane/068233

The Independent www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/features/cattle-cane-reveal-video-for-fool-for-you-premiere-a7657486.html

The Sun – Small feature with photo re: album release (see below)

Metro – ‘Your Weekend Top Ten’ print feature in April with Stockton gig preview & photo (see below) and further ‘Weekend’ print feature in September with Cardiff gig preview & photo (see below)

Clashwww.clashmusic.com/news/premiere-cattle-cane-7-hours

Record Of The Day – compass feature with photo (see below)

Imposewww.imposemagazine.com/photos/cattle-cane-at-the-sage#1

Bitter Sweet Symphonieswww.bittersweetsymphonies.co.uk/2017/05/08/photo-journal-cattle-canes-headlining-glory-at-stockton-calling/

One On Onewww.oneononemusic.co.uk/2017/features/check-exclusive-behind-scenes-photos-cattle-canes-mirrors-album-sessions/

1883 Magazinewww.1883magazine.com/music-features/music-features/cattle–cane-make-your-vision-premeire

Spindle Magazinewww.spindlemagazine.com/2017/04/video-premiere-cattle-cane-love-hands/

The Scottish Sun – interview feature and photo in print (see below)

Big Issue Northwww.bigissuenorth.com/magazine/2017/04/music-qa-cattle-cane/

M-Magazinewww.m-magazine.co.uk/newmusic/30seconds/30-seconds-interview-cattle-cane/

Digital Tour Buswww.digitaltourbus.com/features/cattle-cane-crazy-tour-stories/

Bido Lito – www.bidolito.co.uk/feature-cattle-and-cane/

Plus comprehensive online coverage from Louder Than War, Wolf In A Suit, Born Music, Destroy Exist, Music News, Queen Beetch, UMA, Ear To The Ground, Too Many BlogsGigsoup, Indietronica, Alexrainbird, WJ London and many more, as well as far reaching regional coverage too.

Live

Hometown – sold-out 1,000 capacity Christmas show at The Middlesbrough Empire:

The Head and The Heart – supported American band THATH on tour in January/February including Shepherds Bush Empire

Headline UK Tour – 11 well attended dates across the UK in May

Print

Tom Odell – supported Tom Odell (reviewed by Louder Than War) in July at Tynemouth Priory & Castle as part of Mouth of the Tyne Festival:

cattle & cane mouth of the tyne

Brian Wilson – support Brian Wilson (reviewed by Louder Than War) in August at Times Square in Newcastle:

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Festival dates – headlined Stockton Calling & also performed at Tramlines in Sheffield, Hardwick Live in County Durham, Yorfest in York and Chase Park Festival in Newcastle

Acoustic UK Tour – all six headline dates sold-out and the tour also included four dates with Jake Isaac and a festival alongside The Shires and Badly Drawn Boy:

Acoustic Tour

Brands

Barbour International – photoshoot, website feature & Facebook live session: http://www.barbour.com/blog/bi-facebook-launch-live-sessions-cattle-cane

Vauxhall – van for May tour provided through the ‘Vivaro On Tour’ scheme

Merrell key influencers for the clothing brand’s winter campaign

Retail

HMV – ‘Recommended’

HMV

Numbers

1 million + – Spotify streams for ‘7 Hours’ (released 2nd December 2016)

213,700 – monthly listeners on Spotify (for the month of the album release)

280% – PledgeMusic campaign final total

53 – midweek official UK album chart

2 – indie breakers album chart

19 – independent album chart

28 – vinyl album chart

63 – physical album chart

79 – iTunes UK Top 200 All Genres album chart

23 – iTunes UK Top 200 Alternative album chart

1 – Spotify Viral Chart in Austria (for 7 Hours)

39 – Spotify Viral Chart in Germany (for 7 Hours)

Album Reviews

“A snapshot of a band on the cusp of something much bigger – 8/10” God Is In The TV

http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/2017/04/24/cattle-cane-mirrors-icp-studios/

“At the same time easy to listen to and demanding folk/pop which invites a second hearing, and a third…  8/10” Gig Soup

http://www.gigsoupmusic.com/reviews/album-reviews/cattle-cane-mirrors/

“A genuine contender for album of the year” Teesside Gazette

http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/cattle–canes-new-album-12978185

“Those delicious harmonies hit just about every sweet spot going. Bravo.” The Crack (Album Of The Month)

http://www.thecrackmagazine.com/view-editorial/4460

“A congruent album that reflects and refracts its many influences in a satisfying way.” Impose

http://www.imposemagazine.com/reviews/cattle-cane-mirrors

“Another prime cut of folk rock – 8/10” Irish News

http://www.irishnews.com/arts/2017/04/28/news/album-reviews-spectre-of-donald-trump-lurks-on-new-gorillaz-lp-humanz-1007979/

“If you’re looking for a warm and welcoming album for those introspective evenings, then you’re unlikely to find a better example than this in 2017 – 76%” Belwood Music

https://belwoodmusic.com/2017/04/05/album-review-cattle-cane-mirrors/

“Memorable, modern pop music, that manages to be at once accessible and esoteric – 8/10” On Magazine

http://www.on-magazine.co.uk/arts/music/album-reviews/mirrors-cattle-and-cane/

“It is the preciseness of the songs and their sharp unflinching tones that make it a joy – 8.5/10” Liverpool Sound and Vision

http://www.liverpoolsoundandvision.co.uk/2017/04/17/cattle-cane-mirrors-album-review/

“Packed with poetic lyrics and finger-picked guitars, their sophomore album will widen their presence – 78%” The Fountain

http://thefountain.eu/music/2017/04/review-cattle-cane-mirrors/

“Some of the sweetest music heard this year – 10/10” Scunthorpe Telegraph

http://www.scunthorpetelegraph.co.uk/cd-reviews-van-morrison-tinie-tempah-sheryl-crow-while-she-sleeps-mastodon-more/story-30317879-detail/story.html

“A nice, calm listen to accompany any Sunday morning – 4/5” Express & Star

https://www.expressandstar.com/entertainment/music/2017/05/03/cattle–cane-mirrors—album-review/

“There is something for everyone on this album” York Calling

https://yorkcalling.co.uk/2017/05/05/cattle-cane-mirrors/

“One of those albums you could soundtrack your life to” Nerve Magazine

http://www.catalystmedia.org.uk/reviews/cattle-and-cane-mirrors/

Album stream – Clash

http://clashmusic.com/news/album-stream-cattle-cane-mirrors

Momentum

This marketing campaign has been supported by the Momentum Music Fund. Momentum is managed by PRS for Music Foundation, supported using public funding by National Lottery through Arts Council England with support from PPL and in association with Spotify.

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