Another track from the Catfish and the Bottlemen’s forthcoming third album has hit the airwaves.

Fluctuate, the second track to be released from the bands highly anticipated third album The Balance, was aired for the first time earlier this month.

The new track gives fans of the Llandudno-formed band's upcoming album which is set to be released on Friday, April 26 on Island Records.

Fluctuate follows the New Year single release, Longshot, which scored Catfish their highest UK singles chart placing to date and achieved over 2.3million streams in its first week alone.

Together with a string of sold out arena dates, the wild reception to Catfish’s first new music since 2016’s gold-certified, The Ride, brings renewed attention to the phenomena of the band’s unassailable ascent in the company of a youthful, ever-growing family of fans.

First to hear Fluctuate was the army of 15,000 fans packed into Spillers Wharf, Newcastle for Catfish and The Bottlemen’s headline performance in May 2018, with the song reappearing during full-to-capacity, outdoor summer shows at Cardiff Castle and Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park.

Each time the tune was greeted by committed audiences singing every word.

Bottlemen front man Van McCann said: "When I’m writing a new song, the audience is all I really see. I get a vision of them in my head before I properly hear the melody or anything like that.

“If we put three or four of these songs in the set, it’s going to be so strong. This run of shows we have coming up is just perfect timing, getting the chance to play new songs that go hand in hand with a wild night out.”