Our latest session is an explosive rush of heroic guitar work, arena-sized rhythms, and the kind of tangy vocal melodies you'll want to slurp up again and again. Welsh outfit Catfish and The Bottlemen are only on their first spin of the States, but after wearing down our copy of the band's Communion endorsed EP Kathleen and The Other Three in the office we knew we had to get these precocious newcomers in front of our cameras.
Filmed before a craggy, blood red backdrop, sliced by beams of light and flair, this is a mesmerizing capture of the band in a subterranean environment. Launching through "Homesick", "Kathleen", and "Pacifier", singer Van McCann leads his band through 3 dazzling cuts from the EP, discussing topics that range from his fab life, the origins of the band's infamous name, and British colloquialisms along the way. Have a look at this neat and tidy profile of a band we're just a little excited about. Kathleen and The Other Three is available now via Communion .