Catfish and the Bottlemen - '2all'
Catfish and the Bottlemen continue to build anticipation ahead of the release of their third album ‘The Balance’ with the latest single ‘2all’.
This four-piece have been arena veterans ever since their debut LP ‘The Balcony’, with their growing collection of edged cut indie anthems defining a generation, with ‘The Balance’ expected to be a welcome return to form for the Welsh outfit.
The band are now globally renowned for their hectic live shows, with Catfish deep into a US tour before arriving back on these shores for a full UK tour and headline festival shows due this summer.
‘2all’ is the third single from the upcoming LP from Van McCann, Johnny Bond, Robert Hall, and Benji Blakeway and like the previous releases ‘Longshot’ and ‘Fluctuate’, it adopts a different sound while keeping the tropes that Catfish fans have come to love.
The new track hints to a greater sense of maturity in their lyrical introspection, with McCann opening up about lies, loyalty, and love, while maintaining the upbeat mood to make it another catchy epic from Catfish and the Bottlemen.
The song hints at a move towards greater lyrical introspection, whilst maintaining the band’s effusively upbeat mood.
‘2all’ is available now on all major streaming platforms with ‘The Balance, the third album from Catfish and the Bottlemen released on April 26th.
Words by Danial Kennedy