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Catfish and the Bottlemen

Last night we caught Catfish and the Bottlemen at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. The guys ripped through their set with songs off their debut album “Balcony”. Throughout the set, leader singer Van McCann apologized for his voice, saying it was rough and he wasn’t feeling 100%, which probably explains the louder and rawer version of their live set. Watching McCann move about the stage, you get the distinct impression they’ll be playing to larger crowds and even larger venues and that when they do they’ll be  twisting his body across the stage as they play. If you're a fan of Catfish, check out Peace, who we were reminded of during the set last night. Check out some photos below from last night’s show, taken by both Chelsea and Donald .

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