December 8, 2014 / Leave a Comment
Released March 17, 2014 via Island Records, “Kathleen” is the 1st single off of The Balcony, the debut album by Catfish and the Bottlemen
Catfish and the Bottlemen hail from Llandudno, North Wales and 2014 has been a year of building popularity, especially with their song “Kathleen”, the first single off their debut album on a major-label, The Balcony, which is solid from start to finish. This song will surely land on Music Trajectory’s Top 20 Underrated Songs of 2014 list, soon to be published.
What is next for the band? More touring and hopefully another single or two released off the album.
What do you think of “Kathleen” and does this band have what it takes to pierce the mainstream here in the states? Sound off in the comments section below and tweet me @MusicTrajectory
And of all the lifts home and all the mixed feelings
You’re cuts above
And you don’t own worries or a chest full of heartache
And Yes, I know
That I’ll never work out exactly how you’re thinking
But, Let me know when I’m needed home
And I’ll come
You can leather me with your lips”