The Bottom Line kick off the new decade with infectious pop-punk track ‘Happy’
Straight up Pop-punk from the South Coast kick start their UK tour today (08/01) in Liverpool with the release of their new single ‘Happy’
The Bottom Line (Marshall Records), are ready and gearing up for their short UK run of dates. Taking inspiration from the genre that the band comfortably sits in with peers like Sum 41, Simple Plan and more; ‘Happy’ is the product of the bands work over the years, on the writing and recording of their sophomore album No Vacation.
Representing a battle in the form of a loving relationship, Cal Amies says “I wrote happy while losing my mind on a strict diet. I’ve always had a lot of problems losing weight, so I decided to cut out my biggest problem, Chocolate. But you can’t write a song about junk food, so I made it into a love song. I wanted to make it as happy as possible so it’s kind of an oxymoron which I love!”
The Bottom Line’s latest single ‘Happy’ gives a taste of what’s to come from the band in 2020, a new year and a new decade. Their touring history as a band has helped them develop a stronger sound that brings more of a punch to the music.
UK Tour Dates
8th Jan – Liverpool, Jimmys 9th Jan – Stoke, Underground 10th Jan – Bridgewater, Cobblestones 11th Jan – Cheltenham, Frog and Fiddle 12th Jan – Swansea, The Bunkhouse