SCOTTISH alternative rockers, Twin Atlantic, were the opening support band for Catfish and the Bottlemen at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena.

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They are worth an honourable mention as they put on a great set, warming up the crowd well including fans of their music (probably gaining some new fans).

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Following an intermission, the sold-out arena was at full capacity at Catfish and the Bottlemen walked onto the stage. They were accompanied by rapturous applause of a fellow Welsh crowd in the capital city.

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They opened with their more recent single, Longshot. Then seamlessly went into Kathleen from their first album The Balcony (2014).

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Catfish and the Bottlemen continued the momentum, with Soundcheck from their second album The Ride (2016).

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This early showcase of their work in the set clearly pleased the Bank Holiday Sunday audience, which was packed with people singing their hearts out along with Van McCann.

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They moved through their set with a fine mix of all their accomplished work, including Pacifier, Twice, Fallout, Conversion, Anything, and Business.

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This was a high-octane show, jam-packed with high energy levels and a great sound which the hungry audience loved.

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Catfish and the Bottlemen continued with a relentless set of fine songs like 2all, Outside, Hourglass, Fluctuate, Seven, Cocoon and Tyrant.

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They delivered a complete monster set of their three albums and certainly living up to the hype they have built over the last five years.

Review and photos by Jeff Oram