The band performed 'Kathleen' on the 'Late Show with David Letterman'
Catfish and the Bottlemen have made their US television debut, performing ‘Kathleen’ on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Click above to watch the performance from the band who won the BBC Introducing Award for new talent at the inaugural BBC Music Awards last month. Their debut album ‘The Balcony’ reached No 10 in the UK chart on its release in September 2014.
Meanwhile, the band recently revealed they’ve offered to write songs for Haim, after singer Van McCann met bassist Este Haim in Los Angeles. The pair met after Catfish And The Bottlemen played at Los Angeles venue The Echo in October last year on their US tour. McCann told NME he has already finished writing his band’s second album, and that he offered additional songs from the writing sessions to Haim.
“I was talking about writing songs with Este,” said McCann. “Haim are writing their second album, so I told her: ‘I’ve just done mine, so you can have one of my spare middle-eights if you want. If you ever need a middle-eight, I’m your man.'”
Catfish And The Bottlemen go on a 12-date tour of the UK and Ireland in March, including two nights at London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire. They will play:
Leeds O2 Academy (March 23)
Glasgow Barrowlands (24)
Newcastle O2 Academy (26)
Manchester O2 Academy (27)
Birmingham Institute (28)
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (March 31-April 1)
Bristol O2 Academy (3)
Sheffield O2 Academy (4)
Liverpool Guild Of Students (5)
Belfast Limelight (7)
Dublin Whelan’s (8)