New Noise is stoked to be bringing the full EP stream of I Still Hate You by The Bottom Line. The band is out of the U.K. and play bright, infectious pop-punk. The record opens with the ever so catchy “Pull Me Out,” with a breakneck drum pattern keeping the track lively with an easy familiarity on early 2000’s punk. The Bottom Line let their lyrics do plenty of talking, with tracks like “I Still Hate You” and “Insecure” being punchy; and then add the frantic music behind to give the messages extra weight. Closing track “When I Come Around” is a punk ballad, closing the curtains with an emotional and effective end to I Still Hate You. Listen to the EP ahead of its release day of January 12th below.
“We are super excited to release the I Still Hate You EP. It’s a really personal record at a really cool time for us as a band. We’ve had an amazing 2016, touring with Simple Plan & supporting Bowling For Soup being a couple of key highlights. We tried to cover as many issues as possible with this EP, from personal relationships to getting wasted together. I guess it’s pretty much a collection of tracks that describe our previous couple of years.” – Callum