Cattle & Cane – I Wish I Knew Jesus (Like You Do)

Coming up with a storyteller hit, the sibling duo Cattle & Cane are releasing their second single, which the title “I Wish I Knew Jesus (Like You Do)” from their forthcoming album Navigator. The record produced by Pete Hammerton, who already worked with great talents like The Wandering Hearts and Tom Gregory, brings confidence and maturity to the statement of intent ahead of the new album.

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Helen and Joe Hammill spent the past couple of years sharing stages performing sold-out headline gigs alongside well-known names in the industry like Tom Odell, Brian Wilson, Stereophonics, The Head & The Heart, and Lewis Capaldi, just to name a few. The duo’s agenda is busy, constantly on tour, they already have had the privilege of performing at the best festivals in the UK including Liverpool Sound City, Cambridge Folk Festival, Deer Shed, BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 2 Live and many more.

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Their last release, “Mexico,” has been well-acclaimed by tastemakers receiving support from BBC Radio 2 courtesy of long-time fan Dermot O’Leary and OJ Borg, who, after premiering the single, invited the duo for a live session which also featured on Anneka Rice’s weekly Pick of Radio 2 show.

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I Wish I Knew Jesus (Like You Do)” is a pretty rad song about redemption where the troublemaker realizes that he is the bad news explains Joe, her sister Helen brings a sweet voice being the counterweight of the guy’s feelings.

That is it, for now, check the track here, follow the guys on the socials and stay tuned for their next move.

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