The Front Bottoms

The Front Bottoms

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The Front Bottoms are of the best bands we've heard in years.  Based around an acoustic guitar, drums and two vocals, these two school friends have been, in one way or another, a band for years.  The New Jersey duo sing intelligent lyrics about love, life, growing up and self doubt, over the greatest of songs.  There's touches of Say Anything, The Replacements, Harvey Danger, The Hold Steady and The Get Up Kids, and they've recently toured in America with Dashboard Confessional and Kevin Devine.  They straddle the line between indie and punk just brilliantly and this will appeal to fans of all the aforementioned bands but also Banquet faves like Dartz and I Was A Cub Scout.

There's something for everyone here, its already a shop favourite and we're sure that this is gonna be worth your time to check out!

First press 'Banquet' blue / 250 SOLD OUT
Second press brown / 250

"The album is overall consistent with no particularly weak tracks, each track being as quirky and relatable as the next. To quote Sum 41, this album is All Killer No Filler".   5/5 - Alter The Press

"There is a disarming maturity mixed with a painfully acute sense of self-awareness and self-deprecation; the humor is palpable, but so is the hurt. The Front Bottoms have created a thematically and musically consistent album, full of energy and intelligence," - 4/5 - Property Of Zack

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Item code: KT1030
Label: Banquet Records
Info correct on: 7/5/2015