Pop-Break Live: Catfish and The Bottlemen (Knitting Factory)

Photos by Saidy Lopez

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Catfish and The Bottlemen with Wild Party at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn – March 10, 2015

The red hot U.K. indie outfit Catfish and The Bottlemen played their second of two sold-out nights in New York at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Opening up for Catfish was the amazing Wild Party, who you need to be checking out.

Pop-Break’s Saidy Lopez caught the band while on tour to promote their debut album The Balcony. Despite feeling under the weather and being on the verge of losing his voice, lead singer Van McCann was determined to give the crowd everything he had. His incredible energy, stage presence and gracious nature are impressive. The band had a heavy year of touring in 2014 and they show no sign of slowing down this year, selling out show after show in the UK and the U.S. They will make their way back around to New York in June and will perform at Webster Hall, so make sure you grab a ticket before it sells out too.

Wild Party

Catfish & The Bottlemen

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