A rare case of a buzzworthy band that are more hellbent on sticking to their core principles than attempting to harvest any tiny morsel of hype they can, Cabbage have left the dilettantes and plunderers of the music world in a fluster by refusing to read from industry manifesto.
Possessing an uproarious sound that brims with authenticity and genuine contempt, their debut album was one of the most highly anticipating records of the year for all fans of new music and it requires no further hyperbole.
Preparing to embark on a string of support dates alongside Blossoms, the band have released a sardonic new video for the previously unveiled ‘Gibraltar Ape’.
A fuzzy, woozy and jittery post-punk offering which examines the paradox of striving for freedom within the confines of Britain’s domineering and imbalanced society, its accompanying visuals see them cavorting around the town of Mossley in Greater Manchester and being besieged by all the ingrained values which can make the life of the UK’s working class so very trying and tedious.
Watch the video below now: