11 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Upon its 2014 release, The Balcony established Catfish and the Bottlemen as the UK’s preeminent band of the people, inheriting the torch for raggedly anthemic rock from fellow Welshmen Stereophonics. True to its title, The Balcony shoots for the next level: “Homesick” starts as front-porch folk before exploding into an arena-rattling chorus; the acoustic ballad “Hourglass” hits heavenly highs with choral harmonies. And “Business” is a heart-racing, foot-stomping love song convulsing with all the nervous tension of the courtship recounted within.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Upon its 2014 release, The Balcony established Catfish and the Bottlemen as the UK’s preeminent band of the people, inheriting the torch for raggedly anthemic rock from fellow Welshmen Stereophonics. True to its title, The Balcony shoots for the next level: “Homesick” starts as front-porch folk before exploding into an arena-rattling chorus; the acoustic ballad “Hourglass” hits heavenly highs with choral harmonies. And “Business” is a heart-racing, foot-stomping love song convulsing with all the nervous tension of the courtship recounted within.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
167 Ratings
167 Ratings
hmt2315 ,

AMAZING

I listen to this album at least once a day. I can't get enough of it. <3

sebmpg ,

Rock History

These guys are going to be THE band of the 2010’s

Waddles#1 ,

Wow! 👌🏻👍🏻

This album is really great! There is not one song on here that I would call bad, even though some aren’t as good as others.

- Homesick: 4.5/5
- Kathleen: 4/5
- Cocoon: 5/5
- Fallout: 5/5
- Pacifier: 5/5
- Hourglass: 4.5/5
- Business: 3/5
- 26: 4/5
- Rango: 4.5/5
- Sidewinder: 3.5/5
- Tyrants: 4.5/5

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