|Sep / 2020||•||Liverpool Sound City||The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool|
|Jul / 2020||•||Sucker Music Week||Sucker Music Live-streamed Festival|
|Jan / 2021||•||INES#talent 2021||Berlin, DE|
|May / 2020||•||Todmorden Folk Festival||Todmorden|
|Feb / 2020||•||Sorcha Richardson & Café Spice||Soup Kitchen - Manchester|
|Feb / 2020||•||Sofar Sounds Bristol||Bristol|
|Dec / 2019||•||Café Spice Headline Show at Band on the Wall||Band on the Wall - Manchester|
|Nov / 2019||•||Café Spice Headline Show at The Old Church||The Old Church - London|
|Nov / 2019||•||Sofar Sounds London||The Sanderson Hotel - London|
|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Cafe Spice under Exclusive License to Snide Records|
|She Loves And Leaves||Single||2020|
Ever since, they’ve been creating music together in the basements of various houses across the rainy city. Their sound is flooded with vocal harmony, like melted honey dripping and tripping over catchy tunes and unique songwriting. From England, Ireland and Scotland, they combine their folky roots with a little indie-pop magic to create something all together new and enriching, reminiscent of the Mamas & Papas whilst also sitting with the effortlessly sublime indie-pop of contemporaries such as The Japanese House or HAIM. A recent signing with Snide Records marks a new era for Café Spice. They’re stretching their limbs and experimenting with new sounds and new styles; shaping up to be the ultimate indie girl band.
"Listening to 'Open Door' and absolutely fallen in love with it!"
-Natalie-Eve Williams, BBC Introducing Manchester
"Those harmonies are absolutely gorgeous!"
-Janice Long, BBC Radio Wales
""If this song was a food it would be silky, viscous and rich golden honey poured over melted butter, probably from Waitrose.”
-Bobby Colcombe on Tom Robinson's Fresh on the Net, 2018 - about 'Lauren'
"The gorgeous sound of Café Spice"
-Shell Zenner, Amazing Radio, BBC Radio Manchester