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Catfish and the Bottlemen “Fluctuate” About Love on Their Latest Single

In case you missed it, Catfish and the Bottlemen just released their second single off of their upcoming album The Balance, and this song makes us even more excited for its release! The record is set to be released in April of this year, and their newest song “Fluctuate” is the second track the band has dropped as a follow up to their song “Longshot,” which they released just last month!

In “Fluctuate,” lead singer Van McCann expresses the sacrifices he made in a relationship and how his feelings about someone can fluctuate.

He sings, “So pull the love over my eyes // ‘Cause I fluctuate about you // If you’re a blessing in disguise // How did I realize?”

The lyrics in the song expose the truth that sometimes relationships may not be as good as they seem, and sometimes you can be blinded by love.

Overall, we can honestly say that Catfish and the Bottlemen did an amazing job with this song, not only lyrically, but also because it makes you wanna get up and dance, bang your head and go crazy wherever you listen to it. We’re super excited for the rest of The Balance to drop on April 26, and we’re also super stoked that the band is heading out on tour this year as well. Check out the dates below to see if they’re coming to a city near you!

If you haven’t yet, but sure to listen to “Fluctuate” down below. We hope you love it as much as we do.

Featured Photo : Island Records

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