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Catfish and the Bottlemen announce intimate May date at Hollywood Forever

Rising British rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen are returning to Los Angeles for an intimate date at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Monday, May 3. The show comes a little more than three weeks before they drop the follow-up to their esteemed 2014 full-length debut The Balcony. Titled The Ride, the album drops May […]

Catfish and The Bottlemen release new video for “Soundcheck,” new album due in May

With elements of The Strokes meets Kings of Leon meets The Killers, UK rockers Catfish and The Bottlemen are seemingly destined to play arena shows across the globe. Catfish and the Bottlemen’s debut full-length album The Balcony was met with critical acclaim and they’ve been playing massive crowds at home. Now they look to conquer America with their […]

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Catfish and The Bottlemen rouse the Fonda with their charmingly confident garage rock

Embodying a zany charisma and suave that calls to mind similar frontmen like Alex Turner, the astutely English Ryan “Van” McCann led his ragtag troupe of garage-rockers (Catfish and The Bottlemen) onto the Fonda stage with the sole intent of wooing the pants off the crowded theatre. And woo they did. Brandishing his guitar with […]

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Interview with Catfish and the Bottlemen: On their way to stadium rockers

There’s this sense in indie rock with a lot of bands that they’re not out to conquer the world, that they’re too cool to outright say they desire to play to the biggest crowds out there. With UK outfit Catfish and the Bottlemen, they’ve been vocal about their desire to play massive stadiums and blow up […]