Earlier this year, The Untold Orchestra invited Teesside siblings Joe and Helen Hammill, aka Cattle & Cane, over to The Albert Hall in Manchester to record a special version of ‘Golden’:

“We’ve spent most of the year locked away in our rehearsal room writing and recording our new album, so it was unbelievable bringing Golden to life with this incredible orchestra" explained Joe.

"It was honestly the best day and such a dream to collaborate with such talented musicians" added Helen.

‘Golden’ is taken from Cattle & Cane's upcoming fourth studio album, which will be released in 2022. Prior to that, the band headline The Globe in Stockton on Saturday 18th December - with the 1,600 capacity gig being their biggest headliner to date. Final tickets are available now from:

"After two years without playing a gig, we're so excited to finally get back on stage. We've been rehearsing hard with the band and they're sounding better than ever - it's gonna be such a special night" said Joe.

Having cut their teeth sharing stages with the likes of Tom Odell, Brian Wilson, Stereophonics, Lewis Capaldi, The Head & The Heart and Half Moon Run, Cattle & Cane have been earning a growing reputation for their magical live shows and soaring sibling harmonies.

Sold-out signs are commonplace at their own headline gigs, including regional statement dates at Sage Gateshead and Middlesbrough Town Hall, where a crowd of 1,100 witnessed a magical performance alongside the Northern Orchestra.

Joe and Helen have appeared at acclaimed international tastemaker events such as Canadian Music Week and Reeperbahn Festival, as well as at some of the UK’s finest boutique and inner-city festivals including: Cambridge Folk Festival, Tramlines, Live At Leeds, Liverpool Sound City, Black Deer, Cornbury, Deer Shed, Long Division and This Is Tomorrow, not to mention the BBC Introducing stage at BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park.

As well as extensive support from BBC Introducing, they’ve recorded numerous BBC Radio 2 sessions and picked up airplay from Dermot O’Leary, Anneka Rice, OJ Borg and Janice Long, as well as Elton John on Beats 1, Tom Robinson and Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music, Frank Skinner on Absolute Radio, Gary Crowley on BBC London, John Kennedy on Radio X and various DJs at Amazing Radio.

Thanks to playlists such as New Music Friday UK, Folk Pop, Your Coffee Break, Fresh Folk, Very Nearly Nashville and Feelgood Pop, Cattle & Cane have accumulated over 17 million Spotify streams and have over 130,000 monthly listeners.

On TV, their music has featured on many well-known shows including Sunday Brunch, Mortimer & Whitehouse Gone Fishing, Made In Chelsea, The Only Way Is Essex, Avenida Brasil and MTV’s Catfish. Further support for the band came from Middlesbrough FC, who printed the lyrics to one of the band’s songs on the club’s home shirts during the 2019 season.

The Untold Orchestra is a Manchester based collaborative orchestra aiming to redefine the role of an orchestra in the 21st century. It is founded on the belief that all art forms can be accessible to anyone. They collaborate with a wide array of musicians, artists, venues and communities to ensure that in every project they reach new people.