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Catfish and the Bottlemen’s new album ‘The Balance’ is out this April

They've announced some new live shows, too.
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Published: 1:49 pm, January 28, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Catfish and the Bottlemen’s new album ‘The Balance’ is out this April

Catfish and the Bottlemen have announced a new album.

‘The Balance’
will arrive on 26th April via Island Records, followed by a UK and Ireland headline tour that kicks off two nights later.

“We loved living in the same place,” says Van McCann of their countryside recording process. “We were staying there the whole time, so we were waking up around each other and working until we needed to go to bed. Jacknife was always up. He was the first up and the last awake. It’s good when you’re completely engulfed in recording in a place like that, living together, because every day and all day it was about the songs. We had fun too; they were the funniest album sessions we’ve done.”

Catch them live:

APRIL
28 Galway, Leisureland
30 Dublin, The Olympia Theatre

MAY
02 Brighton, Brighton Centre
04 Coventry, Ericsson Indoor Arena
05 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
07 Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena
08 Manchester, Manchester Arena

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