Live Review: Catfish & The Bottlemen // HMV Arndale, Manchester

The Indiependent

As I’m sure we’re all aware now, Catfish & The Bottlemen’s debut album ‘The Balcony’ was officially released on Monday (despite an internet leak the preceding Friday) to a – for the most part – unsurprising level of acclaim due to the already widespread buzz around the band. In order to celebrate and further showcase their record, the band hosted two rather low-key events in Manchester: at the city’s XFM radio station and the Arndale Centre’s HMV store. I had the extreme pleasure (though not without an extensive amount of standing and waiting in-line) of attending the latter along with around a hundred & fifty other dedicated fans, some of which had travelled a sizeable distance.

For those who’ve been to previous in-store gigs & signings of other artists around the country, I’m sure you know how it works. But for those who don’t: in order to attend an event…

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