Catfish & The Bottlemen announce largest UK headline present to this point at Liverpool’s Sefton Park


Catfish & The Bottlemen have introduced particulars of what’s going to be their largest UK headline present to this point. Discover extra particulars and ticket info beneath.

Set to happen later this summer season, the massive gig will see the BRIT Award-winning group attain new heights, as they take to the stage at Liverpool’s Sefton Park.

The efficiency on the out of doors house will likely be held on Thursday, July 11, and is of the biggest out of doors concert events the town of Liverpool has ever seen. It has a 32,000 capability, and would be the largest headline present of the band’s profession to this point.

Tickets for the present go on sale this Friday (April 19) at 10am and will likely be obtainable right here. Moreover, you possibly can go to right here to seek out particulars about varied pre-sales going down earlier within the week. Extra acts performing on the present are set to be introduced at a later date.

The information of the massive Liverpool present comes shortly after Catfish & The Bottlemen shared their comeback single ‘Showtime’ and introduced UK headlining dates.

The monitor marked Van McCann and co’s first new music in 5 years, following their final full-length effort, 2019’s ‘The Steadiness‘. It was written and recorded by McCann, alongside multi-Grammy-winning producer Dave Sardy (Oasis, LCD Soundsystem, The Rolling Stones), and paperwork the band’s return to the scene.

‘Showtime’ is the primary music to be launched from Catfish & the Bottlemen’s soon-to-be-announced fourth studio album – though additional particulars on the LP stay underneath wraps.

The announcement of the Sefton Park gig additionally comes after the group dropped the information of three enormous open-air reveals in Cardiff and Edinburgh, and had been confirmed as headlining Studying & Leeds Competition’s mainstage for the second time this summer season. You may go to right here for remaining tickets to all their upcoming reveals.

“Van McCann is again the place he’s meant to be: headlining festivals, ending a model new album, and starting a dynamic, thrilling new period for Catfish and the Bottlemen,” learn a brand new assertion in a press launch.

The band beforehand teased their first new music in 5 years this previous weekend (February 17) by posting a six-second snippet of the monitor on their social media channels. The band additionally launched a pre-order of ‘Showtime’ on a white 7″ vinyl urgent together with new merchandise.

The band haven’t performed a present collectively since 2021, following their headline slots at Studying & Leeds and a pair of out of doors gigs at Singleton Park in Swansea and Neighbourhood Weekender in Warrington. By that point, rumours of the group splitting up had already been swirling.

In a three-star evaluation of their 2021 Studying Competition headlining efficiency, NME shared: “’One in all our longshots paid off,’ sings frontman Van McCann on opener ‘Longshot’ from 2019’s ‘The Steadiness’ – a heartening notion for many bands who dream of headlining the hallowed stage of Studying. As he later pines on 2016’s ‘Soundcheck’ from ‘The Experience’: ‘Since you grew up in a small city / You’ll respect it extra’.”

The upcoming gigs can even mark the band’s first for the reason that departure of guitarist Johnny “Bondy” Bond.


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