Photos by: Noelle Steele – Folk Punk band The Front Bottoms, who released their newest EP, Theresa, on September 2nd, 2022 via Elektra, performed at Mulcahy’s Pub in Wantagh, New York last night (Sept. 14th).
By: Staff – Jimmy Eat World have announce their 2020 “Criminal Energy Tour”. The 20 date summer run will start in Atlanta, GA on August 6th and culminate in a hometown gig in Phoenix, AZ, Labor Day Weekend, on September 5th. New Jersey based The Front Bottoms will join the tour as direct support with Turnover … Continue reading
By: Staff – Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms have shared a new collaborative track, “Allentown,” which you can stream below. Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull detailed the track’s genesis, explaining, “This song started as a writing exercise between Nate Hussey (All Get Out) and myself. Nate sent me the first four lines and asked what kind … Continue reading
Photos by: Aaron Eck – Alt-Rock band Brand New, who released their newest album, Daisy, on September 22nd, 2009 via Interscope, performed at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pennsylvania last night with New Jersey-based indie-folk-punk band The Front Bottoms, who released their third album, Back On Top, on September 18th, 2015 via Fueled By Ramen, which featured the singles … Continue reading
Photos by: Jon Wishart – New Jersey-based indie-folk-punk band The Front Bottoms, who released their third album, Back On Top, on September 18th, 2015 via Fueled By Ramen, which featured the singles “West Virginia”, “Cough It Out”, “Help”, “Laugh Till I Cry”, and “Summer Shandy”, and which follows up their second album, Talon of the Hawk, (out May 21st, 2013 via … Continue reading
Photos by: Krystle Merrow – LA-based pop-punk band Say Anything, who released their sixth album, Hebrews, on June 10th, 2014 via Equal Vision Records, which was produced by the band’s frontman Max Bemis, performed at The Opera House in Toronto on July 5th in support of the album with Brooklyn-based punk rock band The So So … Continue reading
Photos by: Stephen McGill (@steve_mcgill) – The first day of Montreal’s Pouzza Fest began with a slew of solid peformances by acclaimed Brooklyn-based indie rock band The Hold Steady, who released their sixth album, Teeth Dreams, on March 25th, 2014 via Washington Square/Razor & Tie, New Jersey-based indie pop-punk band The Front Bottoms, who released … Continue reading