Cattle and Cane, led by siblings Joe and Helen Hammill, have announced an acoustic tour for September including a Manchester gig at Night and Day.

Joe and Helen will be joined by their brother Fran on piano and guitarist Thom Fripp for the stripped-back dates.

The Manchester gig will be in support of Jake Isaac.

Speaking of touring with Jake Isaac, Helen Hammill commented, “We’re really flattered that Jake asked us to join him for his September shows.  We all adore his album ‘Our Lives’ so it’ll be amazing to play with him in Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol and London”

“We’ve really enjoyed playing some of the quieter songs from Mirrors like ‘Tonight We Dance’, ‘Paper Man’ and ‘Time To Get It Over With’ at a few house concerts and in-stores recently, so we can’t wait to play them on this acoustic tour” added Helen.

Where and when do Cattle and Cane play in Manchester?

Cattle and Cane’s acoustic tour comes to Manchester’s Night and Day on 17 September as part of their 10-date run of intimate headline and support dates:
13 September   –   Durham, Old cinema Launderette
14 September   –   Scotland, Secret Show
15 September   –   Glasgow, King Tut’s supporting Jake Isaac
16 September   –   Middlesbrough, Reference Library
17 September   –   Manchester, Night and Day supporting Jake Isaac
18 September   –   Bristol, Thekla supporting Jake Isaac
19 September   –   Brighton, Folklore Sessions
20 September   –   London, Islington Assembly Hall supporting Jake Isaac
22 September   –   Cardiff, Snails Deli
23 September   –   York, Yorfest supporting The Shires & Badly Drawn Boy