Bottom Line

The Bottom Line still hate you at Camden Assembly

The Bottom Line are bringing their old-school skatepunk and brand-new EP ‘I Still Hate You’ to Camden Assembly on 12 January.

The homecoming gig, which doubles as the EP launch show, is part of a six-date UK tour kicking off at The Garage in Glasgow. Tickets are available from

The pop-punk four-piece have already given fans a taster of the new five-track EP with energetic moshpit anthem ‘Pull Me Out’ and the stripped-back acoustic singalong ‘When I Come Around’.

‘I Still Hate You’ follows the two LPs and an EP the Londoners have released since forming in 2011. In that time they’ve played sold-out shows across Europe and supported the likes of Bowling For Soup, My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way, Mallory Knox, Don Broco, and Simple Plan (as documented in the video for ‘Pull Me Out’).

  • ‘I Still Hate You’ is released on 12 January.

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