A popular Llandudno band has released its first single in nearly three years.

The Llandudno four-piece Indie band Catfish and the Bottlemen have enjoyed a lot of success since being formed in 2007 including winning a BRIT award.

Their new single "Longshot" was released on Tuesday and even features its own music video directed by long-term collaborator Jim Canty and filmed on a cliff-top in South Shields.

The band released their last album in May 2016 - The Ride, which reached the top of the UK album charts - and since then have been busy touring the world.

The bottlemen were in Australia over the New Years period performing at the Fall Festival alongside the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Vance Joy and King Gizzard the Lizard Wizard.

Next stop for the band will be the UK where they will perform a number of gigs throughout February before heading to the USA for a tour in March.

Drummer for the band, Rob Hall, was a former Rydal Penrhos student, finishing at the Colwyn Bay-based school in 2011.

Current Rydal music director Pete Williams said the Bottlemen's latest single was "superb".

Mr Williams said: "This is a superb song for Catfish and the Bottlemen to return with, and it should become an instant anthem with their loyal supporters.

"The success of former pupils like Rob is a massive inspiration to current members of the Rydal Penrhos community, and we are thrilled with the success he is having both nationwide and throughout the world."