Jodie Nicholson ‘Move’ Campaign Highlights

Supported by Help Musicians ‘Do It Differently’ Fund

“Nicholson is shaking off the shackles of genre expectations and coming into her own” – American Songwriter

“it’s been a breakthrough year for Jodie, and we reckon, it’s not going to stop there either. One to watch.” – Record of the Day

“Jodie’s delicate vocals will hypnotize and enthrall listeners” – Glitter Magazine

“A mesmerizing sound that draws one fully into her world” – Pop Matters

“Nicholson demonstrates her capacity to totally transport the listener” – AudioFemme

“Move was produced remotely during the coronavirus lockdown by Tim Bran, who has also worked with London Grammar, Birdy, Halsey and Aurora. Here he has helped Nicholson create something beautiful and subtle and mesmerising.” Black Plastic




  • 1,400+ Shazams
  • 10,000+ monthly Spotify listeners
  • Picked up by Spotify’s Discover Weekly
  • Independent playlist support from the likes of Alexrainbird, Soundplate & Groover

BBC Radio 6 Music Playlist
Record of the Day ‘RotW’
Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House

Cattle & Cane ‘Navigator’ Campaign Highlights


“THE album of 2019 ⭐⭐⭐⭐white-medium-star_2b50Thank Folk For That

“Easily their strongest release to date”Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music

“Their previous two albums of excellent folk rock were fairly intimate affairs, but Navigator has the bells and whistles that signal a step forward ⭐⭐⭐⭐” – Daily Express

“A magical, uplifting live presence that is the perfect platform for their velvety mix of instinctive harmonies”Metro

“Adult West Coast flavoured pop with a folk tinge – 8/10”Americana UK

“Gorgeous folk-pop anthem”Record of the Day

“Superb pieces of songwriting and craft”Maverick Magazine

“The kind of record that you just want everyone to hear – 86%”Belwood Music

“Sugar coated finesse radiating amidst a series of breezy folk-pop numbers ⭐⭐⭐⭐Buzz Magazine

“11 songs, 11 jewels. Like a best of, but with unreleased tracks!”Indie Music Center

“A joyous affair, Cattle & Cane’s Navigator is attentive and focused, an album of class – 8.5/10”Liverpool Sound & Vision

“Ambitious, radio-friendly pop for the modern ear”Indietronica

“Cattle & Cane will melt the coldest of hearts with their soaring harmonies”Chillfiltr

“Their delivery, their harmonies. It is simply stunning.”Music Is My Life

“Perfect for whatever autumn playlist you’re currently curating”Tongue Tied Magazine

“Full to the brim with heart-stirring melodies”NARC. Magazine

“Deserves to be ranked among the albums of the year”Gazette

“They have created something so raw, so bittersweet yet so refreshingly poetic and mesmerizing” – Wolf In A Suit

“Every song is a masterclass in song-writing” Review Corner

“Packed with tunes you’ll want to hear again and again”TUXtra

“Eleven tracks full of soul, punch and emotion in equal measure”Strathclyde Telegraph



  • New Music Friday UK – Mexico – 755k followers
  • Folk Pop – I Wish I Knew Jesus (Like You Do) – 656k followers
  • Fresh Folk – Waiting To Become – 568k followers
  • Very Nearly Nashville – Neighbourhood – 112k followers
  • Lavorare Con La Musica – Mexico – 84k followers
  • Fresh Folk 2019 – Waiting To Become – 5k followers
  • 175k monthly listeners 8 weeks after release
  • Extensive support from independent curators including Alexrainbird, Chillfiltr, ForTheLoveOfBands & more…


Four star review in the Daily Express 6/12/2019
Four star review in the Daily Express 6/12/2019

Cattle & Cane - I Am Yours Maverick Mag
I Am Yours feature in Maverick Magazine

buzz mag cattle & cane navigator review
Four star review in Buzz Magazine

Cattle & Cane - Navigator - Maverick review
Three star review in Maverick Magazine




  • 10m+ total Spotify streams
  • 5.6k Spotify followers
  • 150k monthly Spotify listeners
  • 300k+ total Apple Music streams
  • 60k+ Shazams
  • 15k Twitter followers
  • 11,667 Facebook followers
  • 3752 Instagram followers
  • 4426 Songkick trackers
  • 4035 Bandsintown trackers



Produced and mixed by Pete Hammerton for 365 Artists. Mastered by Steve Kitch. Cover photo by Ally McErlaine.