A former Rydal Penrhos pupil will be playing a series of sold out shows as part of his chart topping band Catfish and the Bottlemen.
Rob Hall, who left the school in 2011, is a drummer with the four-piece indie sensations who have taken the music world by storm in recent months.
The Llandudno-based group announced a three-date UK arena tour in June and July, which will see them play at Liverpool’s Echo Arena in addition to the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff and the Don Valley Bowl in Sheffield.
All three dates sold out in record time as thousands of revellers wasted no time in purchasing tickets to see the Bottlemen’s energetic live shows.
It has been a year to remember for Rob as part of the group, who hit the top of the UK Album Chart with the second release The Ride.
Following a busy summer where the band will play a number of high-profile festivals, lead singer Van McCann recently revealed that they are planning to start work on their third album at the end of the year.
Director of Music Pete Williams, said: “Rob has enjoyed enormous success as part of Catfish and the Bottlemen in a short space of time, which is a testament to the band’s exceptional live shows and their engaging music that connects with their loyal and ever-growing following.”