Catfish and the Bottlemen Rule The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
  • THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2016

  • Posted by: Lea Weatherby



Since the 2014 release of their breakthrough album, The Balcony, Catfish and the Bottlemen have been rapidly ascending into what feels like, instant, worldwide, rock super-stardom. With the forthcoming May 7th release of their second studio album, The Ride, the band's latest appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert leaves a lasting impression, one that further validates the band's position as one of the most promising acts to come out of the indie rock genre in years.

Last night, the band delivered a fervid and gritty performance of the standout new single, Soundcheck. Appearing in an aesthetically fitting black-and-white, frontman Van McCann lingers in a teasing build before transitioning into the tracks belting and infectious chorus. Punctuated by shredding guitar riffs and a cumulative stage presence that's not only effortless but mesmerizingly instinctive, Catfish and the Bottlemen have given fans a lot to look forward to this May.

Check out their performance below along with our exclusive session with the band.

Check out their performance below along with our exclusive session with the band.
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