Catfish and The Bottlemen release new video for ‘2all’

Huge news for fans of Catfish & The Bottlemen, as they release the stylised video for new single ‘2all’.

Following the release of ‘Longshot’ and ‘Fluctuate’, the boys from Wales release another black and white video, featuring the dramatic coastlines of South Shields and frontman Van McCann oozing cool, at the wheel of a vintage 1956 Land Rover.

Teaming up once again with director Jim Canty, the band stick to their cyclical monotone look.  The new track provides the perfect soundtrack for the raw and rugged landscapes.

Coming in the middle of a mega tour of the US and Canada, Catfish and The Bottlemen release this single, with the unmistakable “Catfish” sound, with an added layer of emotion that digs out McCann’s lyrical prowess like never before.

Their third album, The Balance, lands on Friday 26 April 2019 and is sure to catapult them even further towards the heights of icon status within British music.

This summer, Catfish and the Bottlemen are set for headline slots at Citadel Festival in London and TRNSMT up in Glasgow.

Catfish and the Bottlemen’s upcoming UK, Ireland and European dates are:

Sun 28 Apr 2019        Galway, Leisureland – SOLD OUT

Tue 30 Apr 2019         Dublin, The Olympia Theatre – SOLD OUT

Thu 2 May 2019         Brighton, Brighton Centre – SOLD OUT

Sat 4 May 2019          Coventry, Ericsson Indoor Arena – SOLD OUT

Sun 5 May 2019         Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena – SOLD OUT

Tue 7 May 2019         Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena

Wed 8 May 2019        Manchester, Manchester Arena – SOLD OUT

Mon 13 May 2019      Madrid, La Riviera

Tue 14 May 2019       Barcelona, Razzmatazz

Thu 16 May 2019       Milan, Alcatraz

Sat 18 May 2019        Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt

Mon 20 May 2019      Amsterdam, Melkweg – SOLD OUT

Sun 26 May 2019       Middlesbrough, BBC Radio One’s Big Weekend

Sat 13 July 2019         Glasgow, TRNSMT Festival

Sun 14 July 2019        London, Citadel Festival

Mon 12 Aug 2019      Budapest, Sziget Festival

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