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Latitude 2022: Cooks But We’re Chefs

One of Latitude’s most prolific acts this year was Dublin’s Cooks But We’re Chefs, who performed three sets over the course of the weekend, including the very last set of the festival late on Sunday night. The seven-piece fusion band mix jazz, hip-hop and numerous other genres, and have had a very successful summer so far with numerous festival appearance and a sell-out show earlier this month at Dalston’s The Jago venue. They are currently planning a follow-up to their recent single Studio 54 and have more live appearances in the pipeline too – keep up on their website and Linktree for the latest news and to hear their tracks.

Nick Field chatted to (l-r) Jesse, Daniel and Siofra from Cooks But We’re Chefs inbetween their busy Latitude schedule to chat about the band’s history, their energetic live shows and whether they’re really cooks or chefs…

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Latitude 2022: Cooks But We’re Chefs

One of Latitude’s most prolific acts this year was Dublin’s Cooks But We’re Chefs, who performed three sets over the course of the weekend, including the very last set of the festival late on Sunday night. The seven-piece fusion band mix jazz, hip-hop and numerous other genres, and have had a very successful summer so far with numerous festival appearance and a sell-out show earlier this month at Dalston’s The Jago venue. They are currently planning a follow-up to their recent single Studio 54 and have more live appearances in the pipeline too – keep up on their website and Linktree for the latest news and to hear their tracks.

Nick Field chatted to (l-r) Jesse, Daniel and Siofra from Cooks But We’re Chefs inbetween their busy Latitude schedule to chat about the band’s history, their energetic live shows and whether they’re really cooks or chefs…

Listen to the interview here:

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Cooks But We're Chefs - interview at Latitude 2022
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Nick Field

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Latitude 2022: Cooks But We’re Chefs

One of Latitude’s most prolific acts this year was Dublin’s Cooks But We’re Chefs, who performed three sets over the course of the weekend, including the very last set of the festival late on Sunday night. The seven-piece fusion band mix jazz, hip-hop and numerous other genres, and have had a very successful summer so far with numerous festival appearance and a sell-out show earlier this month at Dalston’s The Jago venue. They are currently planning a follow-up to their recent single Studio 54 and have more live appearances in the pipeline too – keep up on their website and Linktree for the latest news and to hear their tracks.

Nick Field chatted to (l-r) Jesse, Daniel and Siofra from Cooks But We’re Chefs inbetween their busy Latitude schedule to chat about the band’s history, their energetic live shows and whether they’re really cooks or chefs…

Listen to the interview here:

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Cooks But We're Chefs - interview at Latitude 2022
Curveballs
Nick Field

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Latitude 2022: Cooks But We’re Chefs

One of Latitude’s most prolific acts this year was Dublin’s Cooks But We’re Chefs, who performed three sets over the course of the weekend, including the very last set of the festival late on Sunday night. The seven-piece fusion band mix jazz, hip-hop and numerous other genres, and have had a very successful summer so far with numerous festival appearance and a sell-out show earlier this month at Dalston’s The Jago venue. They are currently planning a follow-up to their recent single Studio 54 and have more live appearances in the pipeline too – keep up on their website and Linktree for the latest news and to hear their tracks.

Nick Field chatted to (l-r) Jesse, Daniel and Siofra from Cooks But We’re Chefs inbetween their busy Latitude schedule to chat about the band’s history, their energetic live shows and whether they’re really cooks or chefs…

Listen to the interview here:

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Cooks But We're Chefs - interview at Latitude 2022
Curveballs
Nick Field

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