Catfish and the Bottlemen Shake Things Up in NYC
Catfish and the Bottlemen returned to New York City with an explosive show at Webster Hall on Tuesday night (June 16). With some fans waiting in front of the East Village club since 7AM that morning, the room buzzed with anticipation before the British rockers took the stage.
After the openers, Brooklyn's High Suspect, Catfish frontman Van McCann and company took their positions onstage as Outkast's "Roses" played, then proceeded to perform most of the tracks from their 2014 debut album, The Balcony, including "Homesick" and "Business." "Cocoon" and "Kathleen" were obvious favorites, but McCann changed the pace a bit by playing "Hourglass" on the acoustic guitar by himself. Even though he fumbled on the strumming, nobody seemed to care.
Check out photos from the show below.