Sold out tours across Europe, an eagerly anticipated EP due for autumn release and a massive increase in online & offline presence; just a few of the achievements The Bottom Line have made in 2016. Established in 2011, The Bottom Line has made a steady footprint on the UK Pop Punk scene. Contributing a fresh sound for younger audiences and a modernised take of nostalgic Pop Punk for an older generation, The Bottom Line provide a unique offering, priding themselves on energetic live performance & a rare level of audience interaction which their fans have grown to adore. So far this year, the band have travelled across 14 countries alongside genre pioneers, Simple Plan, playing sold out shows to audiences from 800 to 4,500. As well as this, the band have toured with names such as Zebrahead, Bowling For Soup & Patent Pending to name a few. The Bottom Line has released 2 singles this year; ‘Insecure’ & ‘Playlist’ which have gained more than 25,000 views over the past 4 months. Teasing fans with new music, the band is due to release their new EP, the ‘I Still Hate You EP’ around January of 2017. Furthermore, they plan to record a new full length album in summer 2017, truly capitalising on the large European fan base they have gained this year. They are currently preparing for their EP release and having several conversations regarding European tours around the Spring ’17 period. The Bottom Line has achieved all of this off their own backs, as a completely independent act and is now seeking the opportunity to take the next step in their journey. With bands such as Good Charlotte, Sum 41, Blink 182 & Green Day making massive comebacks, it’s sure to be a huge year for the Bottom Line.
For fans of: All Time Low, Simple Plan, Good Charlotte, Neck Deep