Kicking off their Australian run next week!
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Back in Aus this July for SITG!
Ahead of their album release next week.
A neat backup plan for those who missed out on Splendour tickets.
Look who’s back!
It’s finally here!
Catfish And The Bottlemen are just getting started. Frontman Vann McCan talks plans for album number three and a third Australian tour this year.
Sideshows! Get your sideshows!
“We have to come back here as much as we possibly can.”
“A plethora of dabbers, indie kids and fans of cricket memes called the campsite home – the festival felt like a cross-section of the Australian national music psyche. “
Plenty of delicious sideshow goodness to get around.
Making up for that Splendour cancellation last year.
It’s finally here.
Featuring more artists than ever before!
Splendour In The Grass was hit with a last-minute cancellation this morning when UK rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen called off their appearance at this weekend’s festival at the eleventh hour, citing “illness in the band and crew”. Now organisers have announced who will replace the UK act. According to triple j, organisers have confirmed
Catfish and the Bottlemen have cancelled their appearance at this weekend’s Splendour In The Grass festival at the eleventh hour, citing “illness in the band and crew”. A statement on the band’s official Facebook page reveals that they have pulled the plug on their whole trip to Australia, forfeiting their appearances at both Splendour’s festival
Earlier this year, the charming heartthrob of a human being that is Ewan McGregor starred in an off-kilter new music video from Splendour act Catfish and the Bottlemen, where he played vocalist Van McCann’s drunk muso neighbour who writes the song Hourglass in one sitting, with a little help from old mate whiskey. The clip
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