Catfish and the Bottlemen have dropped a new track, ‘Fluctuate’.

Their third full-length 'Balance' is set for release on 26th April via Island Records.

Catfish and the Bottlemen have shared another taster of their forthcoming album.

Their third full-length ‘Balance’ – which follows up on 2016’s ‘The Ride’ – is set for release on 26th April via Island Records.

They’re previewing it with ‘Fluctuate’, described as “an established live favourite despite remaining unreleased until now” in an accompanying press release. It follows up on the already debuted ‘Longshot’, which as the first taster of the album already clocked up over 2.3 million streams in its first week alone. That’s, apparently, ‘a lot’.

“When I’m writing a new song, the audience is all I really see. I get a vision of them in my head before I properly hear the melody or anything like that,” explains front man Van McCann. “If we put three or four of these songs in the set, it’s going to be so strong. This run of shows we have coming up is just perfect timing, getting the chance to play new songs that go hand in hand with a wild night out.”

You can check out ‘Fluctuate’ below.

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