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CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN - LONGSHOT (SONG)
Year:2019
Music/Lyrics:Van McCann
Producer:Jacknife Lee

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AVAILABLE ON FOLLOWING MEDIA
VersionLengthTitleLabel
Number
Format
Medium
Date
3:52The BalanceIsland
7732668
Album
CD
26/04/2019
3:53Triple J Hottest 100: Volume 27ABC
5390607
Compilation
CD
28/02/2020
MUSIC DIRECTORY
Catfish And The BottlemenCatfish And The Bottlemen: Discography / Become a fan
CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
The Ride12/06/201664
The Balance12/05/201992
SONGS BY CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN
26
2all
7
Anything
Asa
Basically
Business
Cocoon
Coincide
Conversation
Emily
Encore
Fallout
Fluctuate
Glasgow
Heathrow
Homesick
Hourglass
Kathleen
Longshot
Mission
Outside
Overlap
Oxygen
Pacifier
Postpone
Rango
Red
Sidetrack
Sidewinder
Soundcheck
Twice
Tyrants
ALBUMS BY CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN
The Balance
The Balcony
The Ride
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.33 (Reviews: 6)
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*****
Definitely the best Catfish and the Bottlemen song I've come across (although their songs do tend to be a bit hit or miss to be perfectly honest).
****
I quite quickly took to the catchy chorus, which hooks the listener in cleverly by stoppng most of the instruments for just a moment before the vocal "Listen" begins the chorus and everything reappears. It's subtle and very enjoyable. The almost singsong nature of the chorus works really well too, with each line being somewhat segmented into four parts. The first three parts of each line have a matching amount of syllables, while the final part has more syllables and is delivered in more of a rush. It's quite playful and fun. I also really enjoy how the instruments build throughout the first verse leading into that chorus. There's just the one guitar not doing much for the first few lines, before the drums come in to accompany for a few lines. Then the guitar ramps up on the last line just before the chorus which provides a great transition to the chorus. This all works incredibly well together to create a great track.
Last edited: 06/08/2020 12:19
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