The Bottom Line aren’t shy of hard work. Having first appeared in the third ever copy of Discovered back in 2012, the UK pop punk outfit have worked non stop to build themselves into a future household name.
Whilst lockdown may now be accompanied by countless levels of rain and grey skies, The Bottom Line’s new single, Youth, allows us a breathe of fresh air, reminding us that concentrating on the negatives depletes room to concentrat on the positives.
“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 remember being on holiday with my parents and hating it, being super miserable the whole time. When any other kid should be grateful for these things. I really regret it now.” Explains vocalist Cal Amies.
“I WAS A MOODY TEENAGER, I THOUGHT THE WORLD WAS OUT TO GET ME.”
“I was a moody teenager, thought the world was out to get me, and hated everything. and it wasn’t until later in life I realised what a waste of my early days that was. I wanted to portray my anger into the song and I think unintentionally that’s where the excessive amount of swearing came into it. I wanted to explain that I’m probably not the only person that this situation has happened to, and it’s okay for it to happen. But also wanted to express the fact that I have now changed into a much happier person.”
Check out the video and new single below!