Posts Tagged ‘Catfish & The Bottlemen’

best of the weekWe seem to have posted a lot of tunes this week with three Nickel In The Jukebox round ups and here are twelve more – all newly minted this week.

From the return of the Stone Roses to the gothic blues of Adia Victoria and the indie rock of Catfish & The Bottlemen and taking in songs about Bob Dylan, God and a cover of the easy listening classic Moon River.

Enjoy.

  1. Stone Roses – All For One
  2. Mark Kozlek – Moon River (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer cover)
  3. Diarrhea Planet – Bob Dylan’s Grandma
  4. Amy Klein – American City
  5. Case/Lang/Veirs – Delirium
  6. Speedy Ortiz – Death Note
  7. Slow Club – Ancient Rolling Sea
  8. Adia Victoria – Mexico Blues
  9. Catfish & The Bottlemen – Glasgow
  10. The Cult Of Dom Keller – The Broken Arm Of God
  11. Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Commandment 4
  12. Broncho – Speed Demon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Single From Catfish & The Bottlemen

Fallout is the new single from rising indie rockers Catfish & The Bottlemen. They keep the momentum up with this strident indie rocker that is full of satisfyingly crunchy guitars, a chorus that defines anthemic, and some confident changes of melody and pace.

The boys are maturing nicely and this is certainly their slickest offering yet – expect it to be a summer festival sing-a-long…

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MM Shorts 530: Catfish & The Bottlemen

Kathleen is the excellent, reverb drenched new single all about the insanity of infatuation from up and coming indie rockers Catfish & The Bottlemen.

It is out on the 14th April via Communion. Have a listen.

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Videos of the Day

Plenty to enjoy today as our videos come from boisterous up and coming indie-rockers Catfish & The Bottlemen, the punked-up raw country of Shovels & Rope, and the fuzzed up psychedelia and krautrock from Brilliant Beast.

We also have the refined, vintage pop of Sweet Gum Tree featuring MM fave Isobel Campbell, and lastly the dark pop and grandiose hooks of Dinosaur Bones.

Fill yer boots.

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MM Shorts 420: Catfish & The Bottlemen

Catfish & The Bottlemen’s explosive indie rock has become a pretty regular feature on MM this year and so it continues with latest excellent single Rango, which is possessed of a suitably ragged urgency, all arcing guitars and shredded vocals.

Have a listen. It is due out on the 16th September via Communion Records.

Videos of the Day

Five excellent videos to start the weekend for you.

We have the new video from PINS for Get With Me, shot on Brighton beach and Dension Witmer’s pond-gazing video for Keep Moving Brother, Keep Moving Sister. There is Troubadour Rose’s video for the lovely Tell Me, from Catfish & The Bottlemen comes a new video for Pacifier, and lastly a lo-fi, alt-country murder ballad from Pauline Andrès.

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Catfish & The Bottlemen

We’ve covered Catfish and The Bottlemen a couple of times previously, and the band are giving away their track Pacifier for free in conjunction with XFM’s Summerfest Series – the band have festival sets at Latitude, X&Y, Tramlines & Wakestock coming up over the summer months.

Originally the B side to the hugely impressive debut single Homesick (see our post here), Pacifier kicks every bit as hard.

Videos of the Day

Much to enjoy with these excellent videos from Brazos with the woozily sinister Charm, and from the Baptist Generals and their surealistic flimic triumph of man vs. wild for Dog That Bit You.

From Catfish & The Bottlemen we have a live performance for debut single Homesick, and lastly from Split Screens comes their dreamy collage for the gorgeous Born – melded together using footage from the local Prelinger Film Archives, the video centers around the 1948 educational clip “The Nature of Light” and pairs the film against ads from long lost cigarette companies and “state of the art” 1960’s projectors.

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Introducing >>> Catfish And The Bottlemen New Communion Records signings Catfish And The Bottlemen are a guitar band from North Wales, whose debut single Homesick is out on the 17th June. It’s impressive stuff – particularly given that they’re none of them a day over 19 years old….

The single starts off gently enough, but soon ignites like petrol on a barbecue, turning into a cacophony of infectious guitar thrash and helter skelter rock and roll. It is thrilling stuff, joyful and explosive, and Homesick looks like it might be kicking off some big things for the band.

Have a listen.