Island Records execs and Catfish And The Bottlemen’s manager have told Music Week that the band are well placed to crack the US with their third album.
The Balance, released on April 26, is the follow-up to 2016’s The Ride, the band’s first No.1. It has sales to date of 278,027 according to the Official Charts Company.
“International is a massive part of the plot,” said Marcus Russell, of Ignition Management. “Young, developing bands like this can’t sustain a career ...
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