Cake performed at Shepherds Bush Empire on Friday (November 12) in London, England. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Cake visited Fuse’s ‘Daily Download’ show on October 8th at Fuse Studios in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic and WireImage.
Rock acts on television this week include Cake, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Monday and ‘The Late Late Show’ on Tuesday; Korn, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Monday; Good Charlotte, who perform on ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday and ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Tuesday; The Hives, who visit ‘Daily Download’ on Monday and ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Wednesday; Franz Ferdinand, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Monday; Snow Patrol, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show’ on Monday; Scissor Sisters, who perform on ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Tuesday; Dave Navarro, who visits ‘Daily Download’ on Tuesday and ‘Late Night’ on Friday; Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who visits ‘Daily Download’ and ‘Late Night’ on Wednesday and ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Friday; Interpol, who performs on ‘Late Night’ on Friday; and Supergrass, who performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Friday.
Cake are out with the video to their new single 'No Phone', from their forthcoming album 'Pressure Chief', due October 5th. Watch the video online below.
Cake is back with their new album 'Pressure Chief', hitting stores October 5th, featuring the single 'No Phone.' The band will be debuting a new song from 'Pressure Chief' each week on their official site and media player at cakemusic.com.
CAKE will be playing live on the Internet for one hour at 11AM PST, Tuesday, January 22nd and taking song requests, especially from Europeans. Watch them play by logging onto the news page of CakeMusic.com and following the link. CAKE will be giving away the signed pair of headphones used in the "Short Skirt/Long Jacket" video to the person who sends in the most interesting and/or convincing reason, in 25 words or less, why they should play their request.
Rolling Stone talked to Cake frontman John McCrea who admitted he found it difficult to adjust to the band's breaking it big. McCrea admits, "Initially, popularity was a very startling experience. Coming out of small cafes and bars, acoustic solo gigs and this scaled down, economical approach and then suddenly standing in front of thousands of people was very shocking. I'm more used to it now. We just played for 90,000 people in Atlanta. I probably would've self-destructed five or six years ago if I'd had to do that then."
CDNow's Miss Truth reports Cake's John McCrea stopped his performance at the Oyster Festival in Berkeley on Saturday after a fan threw an empty plastic bottle of orange juice on the stage. McCrea went into the crowd and grabbed the kid, taking him onstage to interrogate him in front of the audience. The kid replied, "I'm sorry, sir. I didn't mean anything by it." Security then took the kid from the stage.