Mon Aug 26 2019

7:30 PM

The Cluny

36 Lime St Ouseburn Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PQ

Ages 18+

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Portions For Foxes Presents:
Cate Le Bon

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  • Cate Le Bon

    Cate Le Bon

    Alternative Folk

    Cate Le Bon is an artist hailing from Carmarthenshire, rural West Wales and is currently a resident of Highland Park, Los Angeles, having relocated across the pacific to record her latest album 'Mug Museum'.

    Her first album 'Me Oh My' was released on Gruff Rhys's Irony Bored label in 2009 and was followed by 'CYRK' (OVNI/Turnstile) which was released to widespread acclaim in 2012 and saw her play live across the world. A frequent collaborator, Cate sang the duet 'I Lust You' with Gruff Rhys on Neon Neon's Mercury nominated debut album 'Stainless Style' and also features on '4 Lonely Roads', from the forthcoming Manic Street Preachers album 'Rewind The Film'. Perfume Genius features on the Mug Museum song 'I Think I Knew'.

Portions For Foxes Presents:

Cate Le Bon

Mon Aug 26 2019 7:30 PM

The Cluny Newcastle upon Tyne
Cate Le Bon
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Ages 18+

Cate Le Bon

Cate Le Bon

Alternative Folk

Cate Le Bon is an artist hailing from Carmarthenshire, rural West Wales and is currently a resident of Highland Park, Los Angeles, having relocated across the pacific to record her latest album 'Mug Museum'.

Her first album 'Me Oh My' was released on Gruff Rhys's Irony Bored label in 2009 and was followed by 'CYRK' (OVNI/Turnstile) which was released to widespread acclaim in 2012 and saw her play live across the world. A frequent collaborator, Cate sang the duet 'I Lust You' with Gruff Rhys on Neon Neon's Mercury nominated debut album 'Stainless Style' and also features on '4 Lonely Roads', from the forthcoming Manic Street Preachers album 'Rewind The Film'. Perfume Genius features on the Mug Museum song 'I Think I Knew'.