Song features on band's debut album 'The Balcony'
Catfish and the Bottlemen appeared on James Corden’s US late-night talk show on Monday (September 28).
The Welshs band played ‘Kathleen’ from their debut album, ‘The Balcony’, which came out during 2014.
‘The Balcony’ has been nominated for this year’s Welsh Music Prize, alongside the likes of Joanna Gruesome, Gwenno, H. Hawkline and more.
Watch Catfish And The Bottlemen perform ‘Kathleen’ on The Late Late Show with James Corden below.
Royal Blood recently performed ‘Figure It Out’ live on The Late Late Show. Watch here.
Meanwhile, James Corden will produce Disclosure‘s show in Los Angeles tonight (September 29).
Corden has a light musical background, including work on Rizzle Kicks’ 2011 video for ‘Mama Do The Hump’ and with Dizzee Rascal on 2010 track ‘Shout’. He’s far better known for his television and theatre work, though, for which he’s won a number of awards.
Speaking of the Disclosure collaboration, Corden said: “I’m excited to work with American Express and Disclosure to produce my first live music event. Howard and Guy are extremely talented individuals who have taken the world by storm with their music, and I am privileged to be able to create a memorable experience for their fans.”