The Cat Empire

 The Cat Empire

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New album 'Stolen Diamonds' available for pre-order now, will be shipped for release on 15th February 2019.
Cannot supply orders outside of Europe.

If you are pre-ordering the item as a 'Christmas For a Friend Special Edition', please ensure their details are entered correctly as the shipping address.

For orders made before December 20th The Cat Empire will also send your friend an e-card on Christmas Day letting them know what you have purchased for them, and also their next new track, a week before the rest of the world.

To organise this, please email market@thecatempire.com with the following information:
- Recipients first name
- Recipients last name
- Recipients email
- Item/s purchased for recipient
- Order confirmation email (with order number)

And if you have ordered a copy for yourself as well as a friend, please let them know, and they'll be sure to send you an e-card and the new track on Christmas Day too.

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The Cat Empire Biography

And For over a decade, The Cat Empire have been known far and wide as one of the world's greatest party bands. Their colourful, genre-bending music, shipped across the world in traveler's backpacks seems at home almost anywhere, and yet the band has always been a kind of illusive stranger.

Difficult to describe and impossible to categorise, The Cat Empire's reputation is built upon a chaotic and fiercely uplifting live show that, last year over half a million people bought tickets to see. Much like their other annual expeditions the band's 2015 tour covered 15 different countries including Hurricane & Southside Festival in Germany, Secret Garden Party in the UK, Rock Wertcher in Belgium, and a career highlight headline show at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London which sold out months in advance. And yet every time the band is asked, 'how would you describe your music?' - there is no clear answer, other than it is for dancing to. That seems to be the official response.

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