CABIN BOY JUMPED SHIP RELEASE NEW VIDEO ‘REPLACE THE HATE’

Leicestershire electronic metalcore outfit Cabin Boy Jumped Ship have released a storming new video for single ‘Replace The Hate’. The track features a guest vocal from James Harrison of Oceans Ate Alaska. Not only that but Cabin Boy Jumped Ship will be donating all profits from the single to anti-bullying charity Ditch The Label.

Cabin Boy Jumped Ship comment: “The anti-bullying message is one that we feel very passionate about as a band. Ditch The Label do amazing work, and its an honour for Cabin Boy Jumped Ship to be able to support them. Together we can show the world that there is a strong, supportive community within the music scene.”

This band are testament to the fact that the music scene never ceases to throw up hugely entertaining surprises. Cabin Boy Jumped Ship seek to create fresh new music that crosses over multiple styles and genres, without sticking to a set formula.

Cabin Boy Jumped Ship recently announced they will be taking their party on the road, with the Pathways Tour, in support of their forthcoming EP of the same name. This is off the back of a hugely successful tour last year that saw CBJS supporting Eskimo Callboy, playing to either sold out or almost sold out crowds across the UK every night.


You can catch Cabin Boy Jumped Ship at any of the following shows:
17th June – London, The Underworld
18th June – Nottingham, Rock City
19th June – Southampton, The Talking Heads
21st June – Worthing, Bar 42
22nd June – Norwich, B2
24th June – Bolton, The Alma Inn
25th June – Edinburgh, Opium
26th June – Glasgow, Audio
28th June – Peterbrough, The Met Lounge
29th June – Gillingham, The Beacon Court
1st July – Leicester, The Shed

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