Brookburn Road on the Premier League Show, Thursday 5 April, BBC 2, 10pm – West Didsbury & Chorlton AFC

Brookburn Road on the Premier League Show, Thursday 5 April, BBC 2, 10pm

Earlier in the weekend, we opened up Brookburn Road for some special guests- and tonight, you can see the results. Filming for the Premier League Show, former England international and Premier League winner Joleon Lescott welcomed bands She Drew The Gun and Cabbage down to West. As well as having a chat, the two bands engaged in a challenge, more of which you can see tonight when the segment is aired on the Premier League Show on BBC 2 at 10pm. It will also be available on iPlayer shortly afterwards – we’ll be sure to post a link when we’ve got one. Read more about each act, and listen to some of their music, below.

About She Drew The Gun

Meet a frontwoman that can sing like Patsy Cline, whose songs crackle with the drama and fire of Cat Power and Radiohead, but whose grit is like that of her many female heroes, like PJ Harvey and Patti Smith. Then there’s her working-class background, which informs her songs’ persuasive politics, and her fascinating life story, which gives her songs heart and soul. Only three years ago, Louisa Roach start playing with the musicians who now stand together as She Drew The Gun, one of Liverpool’s most exciting new groups, who’ve already played 6Music sessions, and impressed Glastonbury’s organisers so much last year that they won the festival’s Emerging Talent contest hands-down.

About Cabbage

Cabbage are an English indie rock band, formed in 2015 in Mossley, Tameside. They are composed of co-frontmen Lee Broadbent and Joe Martin, rhythm guitarist Eoghan Clifford, bassist Stephen Evans and drummer Asa Morley. The band are currently signed to Skeleton Key Records, an independent label set up by James Skelly of The Coral who has also produced their output.