The Bottom Line Announce UK Tour For 2022

Fresh off their stellar set opening things up for Slam Dunk Festival 2021, The Bottom Line have announced an upcoming run of UK headlining shows for the start of next year!

Check out the upcoming tour dates below



10th – Garage Attic, Glasgow

11th – Key Club, Leeds

12th – Dead Wax, Birmingham

13th – Star & Garter, Manchester

14th – The Crofters Rights, Bristol

15th – Engine Rooms, London

When And Where To Catch Bands From Slam Dunk Festival 2021 Next Part 1

Wow. Slam Dunk Festival is done and dusted for the first time in two years after a few pushbacks but it finally happened! We’ll get to the actual review of things in another post because there was just so much emotion on the day, I’m still finding the words for it all.

But now, there’s a question of what’s next for the bands that played the festival less than a week ago? That’s what this series of posts is for! We’re going band by band to see where and when in the UK they’re going to play next as well as any music they’ve released recently.

The Bottom Line.

Slaying the Main Stage for the first time ever at the festival and with the latest tracks ‘Long Time Coming’ as well as ‘Broke’, the bands stock is at an all time high and will continue to rise!

In the last few days the quartet released the details of what will be the bands only headlining show for 2021 which will take play on October 10th at The Camden Assembly in London.


The Eastbourne quartet had a hell of a time with all the crowd surfers as the second band to take centre stage this year. Let’s just say they know how to put on a show!

At the time of writing, currently there’s been no announcements of any upcoming tours or music but I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s an announcement soon and if there’s any new music going, it’ll be pretty good to say the least!


After setting off the Main Stage to some well received applause, the festival faves are set to tour the US up until the second half of October. In addition there’s been no word of new music but the latest release came in the form of the 2020 single, ‘God Only Knows’.

As It Is

Wherever you turn, As It Is seem to be up to something, whether it’s a show, Music Video or a new music release.

Just in time for Slam Dunk this year, they managed to do two of those things playing warm up shows in Brighton and Swansea which I heard were absolute carnage! Also, they dropped the double headed ‘ILY, How Are You? / IDC, I Can’t Take It”.

So I guess that could possibly mean a new record is on the way? I’ll let everyone know if and when that information becomes available but there is a new music video coming later today at 3:45PM!

As for touring news, there is none announced in the near future but if their activity is anything to go by, I’d assume maybe something soon? I’ve got my fingers crossed for that one!


Another British band with a lot on their plate is the ever fantastic Creeper. With their latest record ‘American Noir’ which dropped earlier in the year providing a fair bit of new material, they’re keen to get everything out in the live show format with their upcoming December 2021 run of shows set to go off in amazing fashion which will act as a sort of Slam Dunk Festival 2021 reunion with Holding Absence, Wargasm and Static Dress all set for support slots on the tour.

Here’s the dates.

December 2021

15th – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

16th – Concorde 2, Brighton – SOLD OUT

17th – O2 Institute, Birmingham – SOLD OUT

19th – Garage, Glasgow – SOLD OUT

20th – O2 Ritz, Manchester – SOLD OUT

21st – Stylus, Leeds

We Are The In Crowd

After six years since their last UK show, it was emotional to say the least to be watching We Are The In Crowd once again. With that being said will we ever see them again? The short answer is we’re not sure.

As far as anyone knows, this is the last time we’ll see the band as they are because there’s no new music, tour dates or announcements posted and their socials are a little bleak. However they did post a message to their Instagram account which you can view below.

Mayday Parade

Another band who absolutely got the crowd going were the ever impressive Mayday Parade.

With the band releasing ‘Bad At Love’ last month in time for the festival shenanigans, there was plenty to be buzzed about for this bands set.

At the moment, they’re on tour with Microwave until the end of the month with some other dates sprinkled

State Champs

just announced uk tour

Right so these US faves have been all over the place at the moment! They’ve released two new tracks, ‘Just Sound’ & ‘Outta My Head’ to rave reviews from fans where they did perform both tracks at the festival!

Just after the festival wrapped, literally less than twenty four hours after the conclusion of the Hatfield date, they announced they’re coming back in 2022!

Here are the dates below!

May 2022

8th – Marble Factory, Bristol

9th – Engine Rooms, Southampton

11th – Electric Ballroom, London

12th – Electric Ballroom, London

14th – SWG3 Galvenisers, Glasgow

15th – Ritz, Manchester

17th -Beckett Students Union, Leeds

18th – Institute, Birmingham


Hitting up the UK because we just love them so much, Waterparks had to come across to cover Leeds and Reading after a few of the bands had to drop out due to Covid-19 restrictions. That meant they had plenty of warm ups (including a SOLD OUT Key Club show in Leeds) before being the penultimate band to play at this years SDF.

Now the trio have got a lot of shows before they make their way back to the UK for their rescheduled dates for 2022 in June of next year and there’s a lot!

But nevertheless, here’s their rescheduled dates you’ll be waiting for.

June 2022

17th – O2 Academy, Leeds

18th – O2 Academy, Manchester

19th – O2 Academy, Glasgow

21st – Rock City, Nottingham

22nd – O2 Brixton Academy, London

23rd – O2 Academy, Bristol

25th – O2 Academy, Birmingham

uk 2022

Don Broco

Main Stage headliners Don Broco put on a huge display at the closing of both dates of this years festival and currently have a new record on its way!

Sadly their upcoming record, ‘Amazing Things’ got pushed back to October 22nd but it’s going to happen!

Now this means the in-store signings have been pushed back and will be rescheduled but the dates haven’t been confirmed as of yet.

The bands full statement can be read below.

“Hey guys, we’ve got some important news to share with you regarding the upcoming release of our album ‘Amazing Things’. We’ve been told this week that due to Covid related vinyl delays, we have no choice but to delay the release date to 22 October.

We want everyone to be able to experience ‘Amazing Things’ all at the same time and are gutted we have to wait a little longer, but promise it’s going to be worth it. Thank you so much to everyone who’s pre-ordered the album so far.

Unfortunately, this means our in-store signings at HMV won’t go ahead. We understand that HMV will be in contact directly with any fans who were planning to come. Our Banquet Records show at Pryzm in Kingston will be rescheduled, news to follow.

This has even us the opportunity to restock some of the sold out and low stock vinyl variants, including the Manchester Super Reds special edition back on our store now. Thanks so much for your understanding & super watch out for the Uber video coming this week x”

Now for the UK tour dates

The band are set to tour their upcoming record this October / November as well for a run of headlining shows plus they will be taking tot he stage at Esquires in Before on November 23rd with all the proceeds going straight to the venue to help with their support.

Here are the tour dates for Don Broco:

October 2021

O2 Academy, Newcastle

27th – Barrowlands, Glasgow

28th – Academy, Manchester

29th – Academy, Manchester

31st – Guildhall, Portsmouth

November 2021

1st – Rock City, Nottingham

2nd – Rock City, Nottingham

4th – UEA, Norwich

5th – O2 Academy Brixton, London

6th – O2 Academy, Brixton

23rd – Esquires, Bedford

Until next time Slam Dunk Festival which is set to take play in June of 2022.

4 Bands To Check Out At Slam Dunk Festival 2021

Hello everyone! How are you all enjoying festival season? We’ve got it back in our grasp now within the UK. We’ve had the Download Pilot, Bloodstock as well as Reading & Leeds but now, we have Slam Dunk Festival!

Taking place first at Temple Newsam in Leeds then at Hatfield Park, there’s some fantastic bands set to play the two day event!

With all the changes that have happened due to international restriction, I bet you’re wondering who there is to check out! We’ll here’s Almost Anythings top four picks for the lineup!

The Bottom Line – Rock Scene Stage

Okay, this band have been nothing short of amazing this year. With their sound solidified with their huge new tracks, ‘Long Time Coming’ as well as ‘Reasons’, the band feel they’ve brought something amazing to just what the UK scene needs right now and they’ll be sure to have as much crowdsurfing as possible as they’re one of the first bands to play on the day.

Static Dress – The Key Club Stage

With their visual style quite unlike anything I’ve scene over the last few years, the noise grunge outfit is one I’ve been dying to watch live for a while now. If you haven’t been able to check out their support slots on their recent run with Boston Manor, it’s as if you’ve got quite the pairing there.

We Are The In Crowd – Rock Scene Stage

We may be a little bit biased here but it’s safe to say the UK has missed these Pop-Rock mainstays in the last few years since the announcement of their hiatus (if you don’t count the shows from 2019 where vocalist Tay Jardine brought her solo project SAINTE over for a few shows) but nevertheless, this will be one to watch even if it is just for the nostalgia.

Loathe – Jagermeister Stage

I thought I’d save the best for last on this list. Loathe have been making quite the name for themselves from their 2020 record, ‘I Let It It In And It Took Everything’, to their latest release, ‘In Awe’ but from my perspective, they always seem to be one of the more underrated bands on people’s radar when they’re a crushing and powerful force to be reckoned with. Be sure to catch them because they will be blowing up soon.

Slam Dunk Festival 202 is taking place on September 4th & 5th 2021 at Temple Newsam Leeds and Hatfield Park.

Tickets are still available for the days via the following link.

The Bottom Line Release New Single, ‘Long Time Coming’

The Bottom Line have dropped a bouncy new track, ‘Long Time Coming’ which channels just exactly what they do best.

Cal Amies (Vocals) had this to say about the tune:

“It’s a bit of a weird one to say exactly what Long Time Coming is written about as when we first started the writing process it was before the pandemic. We had been let down by a few people and even felt like we’d been advantage of in some cases. 
“Over the recording process LTC took on a life of its own and we all feel it means so much more than that now… This song belongs to all of you. Whether a celebration of the pandemic slowly becoming a part of our history, something you’re proud to have conquered or a middle finger to people who haven’t believed in you, we really hope and believe that anybody can connect to this song. So however you interpret it, we hope you love it, and we can’t wait to get back to playing live so we can play it for you. Stay healthy, stay happy!”

Check out the video for track below.

Teddy Rocks Festival Moved To 2021

The Charity Festival Teddy Rocks will live on in 2021!

The upcoming festival which has moved its date due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, which is going to be co-headlined by The Amazons and The Fratellis will take place to raise money to fight childrens cancer is set to take place on 30th April – 1st May 2021 at Charisworth Farm, Blandford, Dorset.

On the announcement, Festival Director Tom Newton has said:

“We’ve made the very difficult decision to move Teddy Rocks Festival to 2021. As always, the safety of everyone from the audience to the performers and our crew is paramount to us. With there still being uncertainty regarding Covid19, it’s only right we make this decision.

“All tickets for 2020 remain valid and can be rolled over to 2021, and we would love for you to continue your support and keep your tickets for the new dates whilst we work tirelessly to bring you as close to the same line up as before. We need your support now more than ever to continue to run this festival and to continue to help children with cancer.

“We want to say a massive thank you to anybody who has already purchased tickets before and during these unprecedented times. It really has kept us motivated and driven and reminds us that not only are we able to help children with cancer and their families, but we also provide local musicians with a platform and give young people the opportunity to share stages with bands that they aspire to. We simply cannot do this without you!”

Adding to the bill are Dream State, The Snuts, The Bottom Line, Bellvue Days, The Skints and more.

Singles Roundup 08/05/20

Hello everyone and welcome back! It’s time for another week of the best singles that have recently been released, all in good order of epicness. I’ve tried to make sure that none of these overlap with the Music Videos Roundup post which should have gone live in addition to this post as well so when you’re done be sure to head over to have a read of that!

Let’s get started

First up this week we have the South Coast UK Pop-Punkers The Bottom Line who’ve shared their new track, ‘Youth’ which brings an end to the band’s ‘No Vacation’ era.

On the track, Cal Amies, the band’s frontman has said:

“‘Youth’ is a song I wrote a long time ago, it’s about the realisation that I ruined a lot of my younger years as a kid due to letting things get to me way too easily. I was a moody teenager and it wasn’t until later in life I realised… the idea of swearing this much in a song wasn’t really intentional, in fact I never really find that dropping the F-bomb adds much effect. When I ghosted the lyrics for ‘Youth’ it just kind of came out like this due to frustration but I think it really portrays the meaning well as a result so we kept it. This was the last song we recorded with Romesh (Dodangoda) at Longwave Studios on the ‘No Vacation’ session. It was actually due to be the last track on the record but we decided it didn’t flow with the rest of the album, so we left it as a stand-alone track. This is the last track we will be releasing from the ‘No Vacation’ cycle, I’m excited for what’s to come next!”


Keeping things British for another track, we have alternative troupe The Hunna with ‘Dark Times’, which is the latest single off their upcoming record, ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You’.

On the message of the track which is becoming quite relevant in the current times, the band have said:

“This song is about feeling overwhelmed with the dark and evil acts that we hear about & experience all over the world. It’s about feeling bewildered and helpless in these moments, ever more so now in these current times facing a force we never have before, having to self-isolate without connection to family and loved ones, and although feeling alone or helpless, finding power and resilience together as the world unites to survive and wait for the light that will come.”


Now moving into the heavy side of things, we have the hard-hitting and very enjoyable debut track from the side project of Employed to Serve and Renounced, Glorious. ‘Unashamed’ is the track in question which is off their upcoming debut EP of the same name. I can see the pits coming alive right now.


Heading into Veil Of Maya now with their ranging track, ‘Outsider’, which is expected to feature on their follow up record to their 2017 effort, ‘False Idol’ in a trippy and dizzy new video.


And lastly, on this weeks singles list we have the ever so graceful, Within Temptation. This is just a year on from their record, ‘Resist’ and their brand new track, ‘Entertain You’ was released today!

On the track vocalist Sharon Den Adel has said:

“Both in the music industry and the world around us, we see so many things changing and that inspires us creatively. We have always been a band that embraces change and this song shows that more than ever, both musically and lyric-wise. For many of our fans, the song will be a shocker.”

In addition the timing of ‘Entertain You’ is massive, with the bands co-headlining tour with Evanescence set to happen in September 2020, fans can expect to hear some new music and enjoy it even more!

And that’s it for another week of a countdown of the best singles out in the world in the last week. Be sure to check back next week for another round of great singles. If you have any suggestions for me to check out, be sure to send an email or message us via the socials on Facebook or Twitter!

Macmillan Festival Announces First Bands

It’s been ten years in the making as Macmillan Festival is returning to Nottingham on the 7th September 2019, of which the proceeds will be donated to the Macmillan Cancer Support Charity.

Oceans Ata Alaska, The Bottom Line, In Visions and more are all a part of this announcement.


Below is the full list of bands on the announcement.

7eventh Sea
A.A. Williams
Al Dale
As December Falls
The Bottom Line
Dead On Arrival
The Escape Artist
Familiar Spirit
Fast Car To Florence
Joey Collins
Lotus Eater
The Mocking Jays
My Pet Fauxes
Nordic Giants
Oceans Ate Alaska
Our Hollow, Our Home
Parting Gift
Skarlett Riot
True Colours

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online from

Live Review: The Bottom Line @ Newcastle Think Tank

Newcastle Think Tank – 22 – 01 – 18

Plus: Holding Out, Better Days, Lacey.

Rating 7/10

Whenever I go see a new band for the first time, I’m always a little worried. Quite frankly because of disappointment where the memory of that band now becomes a little tainted. However, it sometimes can become a little enlightening to see that I am wrong because not only can I see a few new bands and discover new artists to listen to.

The Bottom Line are on the agenda at Newcastle Think Tank where their blend of Pop-Punk and Rock has made them become the comparison of bands such as Bowling For Soup but given time, they’re establishing themselves as something else. With this as their first headlining tour in a year, it looks to be a fun ride on their first date of the year with a new record set to be released sometime in 2018.

I was a little late to Hold Out’s set as I was returning from interviewing the headlining act, The Bottom Line although I managed to see a good few songs of their set. Formed only in 2016, they’re a good surge of energy on the scene in Newcastle and a welcomed addition to the bands that are from there. Full of energy and ambition, they make you want to stop and watch them. They prove that in time they won’t just be opening bands at The Think Tank, they’ll possibly headline it one day. Yes, they have a lot of promise but give them time and they’ll show the UK just what they can do.

Another first for me was that of Better Days. I’ve heard quite a bit about them over the last year or so, seeing pictures and was quite excited to see what they can do. They opened all of the shows on the Bottom Line’s run of the UK and I can see why. Being from Newcastle they have the home advantage of this being their hometown so they know what to do. They had fun during their set and it was all the more plausible that they will flourish this year, given the correct opportunities in front of them. But, we’ll see where this leads to after their blend of Pop-Punk and heavier tones did get the crowd moving here.

The last support of the night came in the form of Lacey. They’re a four-piece group from Nottingham where not only they delivered huge choruses with songs full of heartfelt intent, were incredibly fun to watch where you can see why they were chosen as the warm-up act for The Bottom Line. Of all the support acts on the night though, Lacey are the band I’d recommend listening to because they’re exactly what I look for when listening to music. They’re vigorous, kinetic and overall great to watch. Hopefully, I’ll see them again in the coming months with the entire band this time on the run of shows but if that doesn’t happen, I’m sure they’ll be crossing my path again at a show soon.

Now The Bottom Line. It’s been a year since they released any new material but the number of people that came out to see them was incredible. They’ve certainly got a great future ahead of themselves if they continue with their formula of music. Ho, ever it doesn’t take too long for things to heat up as their set choices make themselves one of the most enjoyable bands to watch in a while. Tracks such as Happy are met with great reception as the army of fans giddy with excitement are all over the place. Having spoken to them before, they show great promise in the direction they wish to take the band and by the looks of things on stage tonight, it’s no doubt that they’ll be able to shape their future however they wish. It nearly comes to chaos at times where more people only wish they could watch what some saw again tonight as the band are all over the stage in the intense, bright and sweaty chaos of The Bottom Line comes into frustration to think, their time is now. If their next record goes according to plan, which should help them reach new heights, they’ll come back to Newcastle triumphant in their goals to bring music to the fans.

A Coversation With… The Bottom Line

Newcastle Think Tank – 22/01/18

So, the first bands I’m seeing in Newcastle in 2018. I’ve waited patiently to come up here for around a month now, and the first band on the agenda? The Pop-Punks known as The Bottom Line! They’re playing one of my favourite venue’s; The Think Tank.

I haven’t been listening to these guys for very long but they have some absolutely great songs with a new record expected to drop later in 2018. After a quick recording for a Jingle, we chatted about that, the tour and the state of Pop-Punk in Britain today!


Hey everyone, could you tell me your names and what you do in the band?

Tom: “Hey I’m Tom, I play guitar.”

Max: “I’m Max, I do a little bit of singing and bass.”

Callum: “I’m Callum, I play guitar and sing.”

Matt: “I’m Matt, I play drums and eat chocolate.”


I think that has to be the calmest voices I’ve ever heard, probably because of the chocolate.

Matt: “Probably. It’s a priority.”

Max: “He’s the Bridget Jones of the band.”


Every band need a Bridget Jones though.

Matt: “We’ve got four.”


So guys, going to the origins of the band, where does the name; The Bottom Line come from?

Callum: “It’s not as a glamorous story as you’d think. We used to be in a band called Thursday’s Bad Luck, it was just me, Max and Matt. We were a terrible Punk band that played in pubs every day. We played 4-5 gigs every week and we just played terrible covers of 500 Miles by The Proclaimers, stuff like that. And then we thought, maybe we actually want to start taking this seriously if we don’t want to lose money every day so we had these shirts that said I heart TBL and we couldn’t’ get rid of them unless we changed our name to something that had TBL in it. Then the Bottom Line came in 2011. I wish there was a more exciting story about it.”

Matt: “What’s cool and has TBL as the title?”

Callum: “That’s pretty much it, maybe we should change our name every five years to something new”.

Matt: “With TBL as the initials.”

Matt: “But we have to stick with TBL because we can’t change our name again.”


And going into the present/future now, you guys have just been teasing your second record. Can you say anything about it?

Callum: “It sounds insane.”

Matt: “We’re very happy with it. We spent a very long time doing this, writing this album so…”

Callum: “We kind of wrote this album around five times. We’d write a few of these songs, tour them obscurely and then be like no it sucks, start again and then we did that about four or five times until they sounded awesome. We did it with Romesh Dodangoda over at Long Wave studios in Cardiff. One of the best producers in the UK for our scene I’d say, and it came out ten times better than we ever thought it would. “

Matt: “It was like having an extra pair of ears but some of the songs changed a fair bit .”

Callum: “I wish when we know when we were going to release it, but we haven’t even had the album back from the studio yet.”


So, it’s still quite a long way to go?

Callum: “Yes, but as soon as we get it back, it’s full steam ahead for us. We’ve got a lot of cool people working with us behind the scenes so it’ll be very exciting.”

Matt “We’re in a kind of limbo for stuff happened because we have some really exciting plans but can’t say anything about it so that’s it.”

Callum: “It also sucks because we can’t play these songs live as they’re not released yet. “


That was going to be my next question, but because it’s not been released yet, you can’t really play the new material yet.

Callum: “We’re going to play a few tonight, on this tour as a teaser.”

Matt: “I mean, we’ve been playing the same set for such a long time but it’s good to have some new ones in the mix.”

Max: “It’s nice to show the people that always come out to these shows what we’ve been doing and what they can expect but, if they boo us they boo us. We’ll scrap the album and start again for the fifth time.”


And looking to the set you’re going to play tonight; do you have any personal favourites?

Tom: “The new songs for me, we’re going to open with a new one tonight and it’s one of my favourites personally so I’m excited to give that a proper run out.“

Matt: “My least favourite is record player, I can tell you that. We’ve been playing that for about eight years. Every time it comes to practise its hell. I mean we have to play it, for some reason people enjoy it so we have to put it in our set. I mean, I’m sure it’s the same thing for Dammit with Blink. I’m sure when they come to that song they’re like oh no, not this one.”

Max: “I really like playing it at gigs, I just hate practising it.”

Callum: “Yeah, I love it on stage but when we play it at practise matt changes the beat and makes it some sort of Reggae song at the next thing, Matt is screaming like a death metal vocalist over the Reggae and it’s just a long two and a half minutes. It’s the hardest part of being in a band for sure.”

Max: “And you loved it the very first time you heard it.”

Callum: “The problem is it’s generally really funny and I don’t’ want to show them I’m laughing, inside I’m crying but no, I’m going to keep laughing if they keep doing this.”


You just got to get some sort of makeup on, some clown makeup.

Matt: “Absolutely.”


And tonight, you’re in Newcastle, the very first tour date of 2018 for you.

Max: “The first headline tour in a year as well.”


That was when you released the EP.  wasn’t it?

Matt: “It was. We didn’t know if we were going to do this tour. But we did that huge tour with Waterparks and our agent was like you can’t not capitalise on this and we were like let’s do this in January. We thought the album would be out by then but nope, not even close.”

Callum: “And to be fair, the way the tour’s been done with no new music is really blown us away, we’re so thankful for people coming out to see us but it’s all about this next one for us.”


And on this tour, you’ve got Lacey with you opening your shows, how’d you decide to bring them with you?

Matt: “Tinder.”

Callum: “We’ve played a few shows with them, but we’ve known them since 2012. We did a split tour with them with Patent Pending so they did four dates, but we did 2 on the side of the tour and they did the four in the middle. We were due to play a tour with them, which didn’t happen then we went over to Dublin with bowling for soup, that was the first time we played with them and then it a no brainer, they’re really good, such funny guys and they have the exact same humour as us, so it’ll be really fun on the bus.“


I’m just imagining that as a non-stop party right now.

Callum: “We’ll find out tonight. It hasn’t even started yet but also with Better Days, they’re from Newcastle so it’s like being thrown to the lions, it’ll be good. There’ll be a bit of wine. Well when we say Wine, we’ve bought some Lambrini.”


Wine? Really? You don’t strike me as wine lads.

Matt: “Actually, we got into wine when it was free on a flight to either America or China. It was quite stressed, so we decided to drink it and now we’re these wine connoisseurs, so we sniff, and we swirl the wine before we drink. There’s a nice 2016 chardonnay I think is it from costa Rica?”


I just thought of a good podcast for you guys on the spot, wines reviewed.

Callum: “Actually, me and Max have a podcast. It’s called And That’s The Bottom Line and throughout the podcast we drink a different wine each week and then we review the wine which progressively gets funnier as we go along. We just talk nonsense all the way through.”


Being part of the Pop-Punk scene in the UK, what do you make of the state of it at the moment?

Max: “It’s tough. It’s a very hard wall to break through but once you’ve broken through it, you’re concreated into it.”

Callum: “The standard’s so great for bands but because of the amount of bands breaking through that’s what makes it difficult and beautiful. We love playing but we love listening to it as well.”


Do you have any you’re listening to at the moment?

Matt: “Woes, WSTR, The Gospel Youth.”


And after the tour what’s the plan?

Callum: “It’s literally all about the album. We’re still working out a few things whilst on the tour but literally after the tour it’s the album. The next announcements you hear from us will be the album. We can’t do or say anything about it because there’s a lot of work to do but we promise we’re working one million times harder than we ever have done before”.


And is there anything you guys want to say before we wrap up?

Callum: “Just keep supporting local bands, keep going to shows, don’t leave halfway through a show and if you come to a show bring some money.”

Tom: “You want to buy a shirt, a cd because it helps go a long way. One CD sale could go so far.”

Callum: “We did a seventy-date world tour and the only way we survived was from merch sales.”

Max: “If we didn’t sell enough merch we’d have stopped wherever we were. We would’ve been stuck.”

Callum: “Merch sales go a long way. And don’t leave halfway through a show because you could discover your new favourite band if you stay. Some bands travel a long way to play and it sucks if people leave early. You’ve bought a ticket, you might as well stay the whole show.”


Max: “And that’s the bottom Line!”


You can watch the video for The Bottom Line’s track, ‘I Still Hate You’ below.


You can find The Bottom Line’s music on Itunes, Amazon, Google Play and Spotify.

You can also follow them through their social media accounts via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


The Bottom Line will be performing at the upcoming Pop-Punk Pile Up festival in Selby and Download Festival at Donnington Park later this year.

Here are the dates.

Pop Punk Pile-Up! Festival – 28th April 2018 – The Venue, Selby.



Download Festival – 8th – 10th June 2018 – Donnington Park, Derby.


New Music Videos 14/08/17

What’s up, everyone? It’s time for another music video roundup!

First up are up and comers from LA based band Hey Violet. Their track “Hoodie” comes from their debut album, From The Outside.

The next band hail from Oakland, California and it is the band SWMRS. Here’s Lose It.

The next video features a lot of confetti in the form of The Bottom Line’s New Video for ‘I Still Hate You’.

Next,  taken from Mogwai’s upcoming record ‘Every Country’s Sun’  is Party In The Dark.

Finally, from the ruins of several bands across the years including Attack Attack and Confide, newly formed band Noble have introduced fans to their music with their debut single, ‘Deadset’.