Cabbage release new single ‘Gibraltar Ape’, post speculation of war for Gibraltar

On April 2nd, former Conservative Party leader Lord Howard firmly insisted that prime minister, Teresa May will stand in favour of a Brexit induced war with Spain over the Spanish Island of Gibraltar, in an effort to maintain it as British overseas territory.

Speaking on BBC One’s Sunday Politics, Lord Howard said that 35 years ago, “another woman prime minister sent a taskforce halfway across the world to protect another small group of British people against another Spanish-speaking country.

“And I’m absolutely clear that our current woman prime minister will show the same resolve in relation to Gibraltar as her predecessor did.” — comparing Teresa May to the late Margaret Thatcher, former female prime minister who pushed the button on the defense of the Falkland islands, 1982.

Only two days on and Manchester bred Cabbage have a response in form of a 3:44 minute psychedelic trip of misery with the release of their new song, ‘Gibraltar Ape’.

On social media, sharing the single release they stated: “If anyone rejects the idea of going to war with Spain over a rock, then download our non-political, sovereign spouting, fluke in the news hit record, GIBRALTAR APE now!”

Wishing to be “as free as a Gibraltar Ape” front-man Lee Broadbent sings “Is there a pass through Huddersfield?”

You can download and stream the A and B side of ‘Gibraltar Ape’ from iTunes or Spotify.