Cage The Elephant

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  • Band formation

    Band formation
    The band is formed by two guitars, a bass, the battery and a keyboard
  • They moved to England

    They moved to England
  • Their first album was released

    Their first album was released
    The album was called Cage The Elephant
    My favourite song of this album is probably
    "Ain't no rest for the wicked"
    https://youtu.be/rFHzozlL9lk?list=RDMMvKH-rcO6PA8
  • Thank You, Happy Birthday

    Thank You, Happy Birthday
    Their second disc was released;
    Thank You, Happy Birthday
    My favourite song of this album; Shake me down
    https://youtu.be/v27TRan1SBI
  • Melophobia

    Melophobia
    Their third album.
    My two favourite songs from it (sorry I couldn't decide)
    Cigarette Daydreams https://youtu.be/nu2rCQnNPGE
    Spiderhead https://youtu.be/z8DOKTX4EFY
  • Tell Me I'm Pretty

    Tell Me I'm Pretty
    This was their fourth album, released in 2015
    I don't really have a favourite track in this album.
    The first song I heard was "Cold, cold, cold" https://youtu.be/n95eekfFZZg
    And one I really from this album it's "Cry Baby" https://youtu.be/zBp01PqHEu4
  • Unpeeled

    Unpeeled
    This album was their second live album.
    The album was recorded on tour and features acoustic versions of the group's best-known songs.
  • Grammy Award for Best Rock Album

     Grammy Award for Best Rock Album
    They won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 2017 for Tell Me I'm Pretty.
  • Social Cues

    Social Cues
    This is their last album, released in 2019.
    "Goodbye" https://youtu.be/2RkRjDvrmzo
  • Second Grammy Award for Best Rock Album

    Second Grammy Award for Best Rock Album
    They won their second Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 2020 for Social Cues.
  • When I found the band

    When I found the band
    I found this group during quarantine ad the first song I heard was "Cold,cold,cold" from Tell me I'm pretty
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    Bands name

    The band's name, according to lead singer Matt Shultz, came from an incident in 2006 when a mentally disturbed man approached the band after a show. He hugged Shultz and kept repeating the sentence "You have to cage the elephant" over and over again.