The Front Bottoms' new album 'In Sickness & In Flames' celebrates life, as the two-piece push forward with a positive and creative energy on the follow-up to 2017's 'Going Grey'. That said, they have openly explained that their new record is one that involves pain, when the pair went through unbelievable life changes - but creativity came to the rescue in helping them to solve their problems. We caught up with the band to find out more...
We caught up with Brian Sella and Mat Uychich, better known as The Front Bottoms, at Reading Festival earlier this summer, to discuss their Ann EP, how live shows compare in the UK and a whole lot more. Read on to find out exactly what went down.
Currently out on tour in the UK with Blink-182, we thought it was the perfect opportunity to catch up with The Front Bottoms to hear their top touring tips and stories from the road.
There aren't many shows that are guaranteed to be a good time, but The Front Bottoms is one of them. Even if you end up losing your Oyster card and getting beer spilled on your new skirt, their heartfelt and upbeat punk could literally cure any blues. Tonight we see them headline the O2 Forum Kentish Town in London and one thing's for sure: no matter how big they get, they'll always put on an amazing, sincere show.
Watching The Front Bottoms play a show is watching them at their most comfortable. They are, through and through, a DIY touring band who know how gain fans live and convert even the most sceptical spectator. We’re excited to see that the new opportunities presented to these guys have already kicked their live up a notch; making it the best it’s ever been.