Bottom Line’s “Eloquence” Release Date Pushed Back To May 31st

Music News | Apr 14th, 2005

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The release date for Bottom Line’s Eloquence has been pushed back to May 31st.

The band will embark on another string of dates opening for Goldfinger and The Black Maria beginning April 27 in Columbia, MO (dates listed below.)

Bottom Line Tour Dates (w/ Goldfinger and The Black Maria):

4/27 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
4/29 Buffalo, NY Sphere
4/30 Medford, MA Tufts University
5/1 Montreal, QUE Metropolis
5/3 Guelph, ON Club Denim
5/4 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
5/5 Amherst, MA UMass Amherst
5/6 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
5/7 Norfolk, VA The Norva

What people are saying about Bottom Line:

“Bottom Line are truly one of the best pop-punk bands out there at the moment”-

“This record is pop-punk perfection…Bottom Line will be destined for your stereos this summer…”-

“Full to the brim with pop hooks and catchy choruses, guaranteed to get you singing along. (Editor’s Pick)”-

“Fast and catchy upbeat poppy punk with a lot of killer melodies.”- Toxic Flyer

“Fans of bands like The Starting Line, The All-American Rejects, Goldfinger, Mest and New Found Glory will definitely feel the fun.”-

“(Bottom Line) lighten the mood and really take away that winter hangover.”-

“It’s almost beyond comprehension that Ohio could produce a pop-punk band like Bottom Line- I thought bands like this only exist along the California beachfront…a melody-laden pop-punk paradise.”-

“A solid pop punk release for fans of the genre…”-

“This band has more hooks that I can even begin to explain.”-