Welsh indie-rock band, Catfish and the Bottlemen, sold out Brooklyn steel on a Wednesday night. The venue was packed with people of all ages singing along to every song. They played lots of tunes from their new upcoming album, The Balance, as well as old ones. Before the band even came onto the stage, the venue was shaking with noise. A woman in the front yelled to her friend “my tits are definitely making an appearance tonight.” From then on I knew, this was going to be a killer rock show. The bands decor was a huge lit up drawing of a large toucan drinking beer out of a straw. It would light up and change colors with every beat. Lead singer and guitarist Van McCann, guitarist Johnny Bond, drummer Bob Hall, and bass player Benji Blakeway had a real connection as they played and kept the crowd screaming the entire night.
Article: Ella Jewell