Catfish and The Bottlemen reschedule Swansea show

It will be the band's biggest Welsh headline show to date.

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Catfish and The Bottlemen have rescheduled their huge forthcoming show at Swansea’s Singleton Park.

The chart-topping band will now take to the stage on Friday 4 September 2020.

The band will be supported at the gig by You Me At Six, Feeder and Yonaka.

All original tickets remain valid for the new date.

Catfish and the Bottlemen 2020 UK tour dates

4 September 2020 – Singleton Park, Swansea w/ You Me At Six, Feeder and Yonaka
6 September 2020 – Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington

Catfish’s last UK tour saw the group sell out arenas in Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and London.

It’s been a remarkably busy few years for the Van McCann fronted band, who throughout 2019 have completed five US tours and three UK arena tours, as well as n numerous runs across Australia, Japan and mainland Europe.

Alongside touring, the four-piece managed to find time to write, record and release their third studio album The Balance, which dropped last summer to critical acclaim and commercial success.

The record has spawned the singles: Longshot, Fluctuate, 2all, and Conversation.

Catfish and the Bottlemen - Conversation (Official Video)

Formed in Llandudno on the North Wales coast, the four-piece released their debut album The Balcony in 2014 introducing the world to hits such as Kathleen and Cocoon, before releasing sophomore full-length The Ride in 2016.

In total, the band’s music has now been streamed more than 1 billion times.

Not planning on putting the brakes on anytime soon, Catfish and the Bottlemen will be hitting the road again in 2020 for a run of festival appearances and select shows across Europe, including their biggest Welsh headline show to date at Swansea’s Singleton Park.

The band will be joined at the gig by Surrey rockers You Me At Six, who released their latest album VI in October 2018 and are known for tracks such as Save It For The Bedroom, Underdog and Lived A Lie. 

Legendary Welsh rockers Feeder are also set to appear, bringing with them an arsenal of singalong anthems such as Just The Way I’m Feeling, Just A Day and Buck Rogers.

Rising Brighton dark pop makers Yonaka are also set to appear at the one-off date.

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