It's been a crazy six months for Catfish and the Bottlemen since we last spoke with these indie-rock darlings -- the band are selling out shows left and right, their debut The Balcony has hit #1 on the iTunes Alternative Chart, and the record officially went gold. While touring through
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Frontman and guitarist Van McCann, bassist Benji Blakeway, lead guitarist Johnny Bond, and drummer Bob Hall make up the explosive Llandudno four-piece known as Catfish and The Bottlemen, a name McCann grabbed from an Australian busker whom he admired in his early years. With a debut album comprised of head
With their infectious music and personalities, Catfish and the Bottlemen blew us away at their debut Toronto performance last Sunday. It was wonderful finally meeting the group ahead of their set. For those of you who often read A Music Blog, Yea?, you'll know that we've featured Catfish in multiple
Welsh alternative-rock group Catfish and the Bottlemen will play Toronto's The Garrison on October 5th with support from The Mohrs. Courtesy of Live Nation, we're giving away two pairs of tickets to the show!
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Last October I had the pleasure of interviewing Van McCann for the first time. He told me about how he was looking forward to the near future and what it might bring. I don’t think even HE thought what the next few months had to bring. A sold out UK
I arrived at Kendal Calling with very high expectations after previous goers had explained to me at length the sheer brilliance of this festival and being the pessimist I am, I was kind of expecting it to be not all that. How wrong I was, and after the first night
For a small festival in the heart of Oxfordshire, UK – Truck Festival really did have an incredible line up this year. The amount of super bands I saw in 2 days was astounding, and totally worth waking up at 5am on a Friday morning for a 4 hour drive
It was one South Wales finest days this year, a day full of sun boiled down into an evening full of excitement, fun and Cardiff was buzzing for one of the UK’s most exciting emerging bands. Whilst 8,000 fans packed the Motorpoint for Nine Inch Nails, 200 were overflowing in
On some lucky occasions when you are watching a band you feel like you are witnessing a part of history. When watching Catfish And The Bottlemen that feeling is DEFINITELY present. Having been championed recently by Zane Lowe, XFM and Steve Lamacq (amongst many others) the four piece band hailing