Cabbage (band)

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Background information
OriginMossley, Tameside, England
GenresAlternative rock, indie rock punk rock
Years active2014 (2014)–present
LabelsSkeleton Key
Associated actsWhere's Strutter?, Brahma-Loka, The Fayre Twisted Wheel, Storytellers, Mary Joanna, ZX+, Push Drucken, John Robb, James Skelly
MembersLee Broadbent
Joe Martin
Eoghan Clifford
Asa Morley
Past membersStephen Evans

Cabbage are an English post punk rock band, formed in 2015 in Mossley, Tameside.[1][2][3] They are composed of co-frontmen Lee Broadbent and Joe Martin, guitarist Eoghan Clifford, bassist Patrick Neville and drummer Asa Morley.[4]


Prior to forming the band, Martin performed around Greater Manchester as a performance poet.[5] Some poems went on to form the basis of Cabbage songs, including Dinnerlady.[6] Broadbent was previously the drummer in Where's Strutter?[7][8] and Brahma-Loka whom Bill Ryder-Jones produced tracks for at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool.[9][10] Guitarist Eoghan Clifford was previously the drummer in Mossley band The Fayre, a one time member of Twisted Wheel with past Bassist Stephen Evans and also worked with local singer-songwriter Danny Mahon.[11][12][13] Drummer Asa Morley has previously played with Storytellers.[14][15]In 2019 bassist Stephen Evans departed the band and was replaced by Patrick Neville, who also performs with Mossley band 'Yellow Brain'.

The band released a collection of their early EPs, called Young, Dumb and Full of..., in January 2017.[16]

The band released their debut album Nihlistic Glamour Shots in April 2018 which charted at 21 in the UK album chart's.

Band Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Lee Broadbent - Vocals
  • Joe Martin - Vocals/Guitar
  • Eoghan Clifford - Guitar
  • Patrick Neville - Bass
  • Asa Morley - Drums

Past members[edit]

  • Stephen Evans - Bass (2015-2019)


  • Young, Dumb and Full of... (2017)
  • Nihilistic Glamour Shots (2018)


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