Catfish And The Bottlemen perform ‘Cocoon’ live on US TV’s ‘Conan’ – watch

Band played the track from their debut album 'The Balcony'

Catfish and the Bottlemen appeared on US television on Tuesday night (August 4), performing ‘Cocoon’ from their debut album ‘The Balcony’ on late-night show Conan.

The Wales-based band, dressed in all black, featured alongside guests Ryan Reynolds and Judy Greer. The television spot concludes their recent US and Canadian festival stints.

The group uploaded a series of videos and photos online ahead of the performance, including the show’s host Conan O’Brien posing with a cardboard cut-out of their album cover.

See behind-the-scenes footage from the appearance and the band’s performance of ‘Cocoon’ below.

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Catfish And The Bottlemen play Reading And Leeds Festivals at the end of August. In a NME interview with the band recently, frontman Van McCann said that last year was a “real game-changer” and their set at the festivals this year will have “no pyrotechnics, no big light show” and will stick to “just the hits”.

McCann also stated that the band’s next album will be “miles better” than their gold-selling debut, vowing that the LP will cause “a little bomb” to go off in the music industry.

McCann said: “I think a little bomb will go off in the music industry and people will go ‘Who’s making all that racket?’ It’s miles better than the last album. The band’s 10 times better, the crew’s 10 times better and we’re all 10 times better looking.”