Cate Le Bon previews 'I Can't Help You' ahead of UK Tour

Cate Le Bon slates new single ‘Sisters’ & UK Dates


Following a sold out UK tour, a stint at SXSW and a US tour with Warpaint, Cate Le Bon releases ‘her new single ‘Sisters’’ on 5th May.Listen to it here:

The third single to be taken from her third album the delectable ‘’Mug Museum’’. The more upbeat restrained West-coast strut of ‘‘Sisters’’ , intersperesed with artfully jangling guitars and pointed dancing hammond organ notes, explores the loss of her grandmother and the female relationships in her life. Cate says:

““Following the death of my maternal Grandmother I felt a very palpable shift in the roles that we’d all become accustomed to within the female line of the family which, for the first time, had me mulling over the importance of my place and purpose within this female chain” says Le Bon “The album’s theme emerged from and circulating around these maternal familial relationships and this period of a calm, lengthy, intent consideration in turn drew other relationships into the Mug Museum”.”

Cate is back in the UK over the Summer for more live dates and festival appearances, before her headline tour starts in early September and includes her biggest headline show to date; KOKO, London on 11th September.

Live dates (including festival dates) are:

20 June – Dinefwr Literature Festival, Carmarthenshire
26 June – St Mary’s Church, Ashford
26 July – Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire
3 August – Cloudspotting Music and Arts Festival, Lancashire
29-31 August – End Of The Road Festival
3 September – The Musician, Leicester
9 September – O2 Academy 2, Oxford
10 September – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
11 September – KOKO, London
12 September – Gorilla, Manchester
13 September – The Sage (Hall 2), Gateshead
14 September – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
16 September – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
18 September – Plug, Sheffield

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