British rockers Catfish and The Bottlemen are the gift that just keeps on giving.
As one of the finest alt-rock bands on the scene, these guys have blessed us with three great studio album, toured the world relentlessly (including a number of trips to Australia), had numerous hit tunes, and have managed to continuously grow their fanbase in the process.
Now, the trend continues, with the rockers unveiling Live at Manchester Arena, a filmed recording of their biggest concert ever. And what better time is there to deep-dive into their stacked setlist and sing along with the charismatic Van McCann and 21,000 Mancunians?
The 18-track set features stadium-sized renditions of the band’s adored back catalogue, including last year’s The Balance – featuring singles ‘Longshot’ (#39 Hottest 100 2019) and ’2all’; 2014 platinum-certified debut album The Balcony, and Top 10 ARIA Chart successor The Ride – an album bearing three Hottest 100 tracks in 2016 (#19, #57, #77), including lead single ‘7’, which hit Gold status in Australia last year and was recently voted #70 in triple j’s Hottest 100 of the Decade.
Catfish and The Bottlemen were in Australia last year for a headline spot on Splendour in the Grass and Spin Off Festival, alongside and a string of headlines in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Relive their live set, and ride out Corona, with Live At Manchester.