Indie girl band hailing from Manchester, Café Spice was formed on a wet and windy night in an Indian takeaway. Ever since, they’ve been creating music together in the basements of various houses across the rainy city. Their sound is flooded with vocal harmony, like melted honey dripping and tripping over catchy tunes and unique songwriting. From England, Ireland and Scotland, they combine their folky roots with a little indie-pop magic to create something all together new and enriching, reminiscent of the Mamas & Papas whilst also sitting with the effortlessly sublime indie-pop of contemporaries such as The Japanese House or HAIM. A recent signing with Snide Records marks a new era for Café Spice. They’re stretching their limbs and experimenting with new sounds and new styles; shaping up to be the ultimate indie girl band.
Natalie-Eve Williams, BBC Introducing Manchester
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