Rising British pop-punks The Bottom Line have not long got off a UK tour supporting the boys in Zebrahead, and now they’ve released a video for their song ‘Over And Over’.
This is what bassist Max Ellis had to say about the track and its video.
“‘Over And Over’ is an acceptance of the norm and an expression of the desire to break out of it. That urge we all get to just go ‘fuck this’ and see what else is out there, as well as the realisation we should have broken the mould ages ago and just enjoyed the ride instead of falling into a repetitive, unfulfilling routine.
We’ve never really done a super clean cut, almost stripped back video and we felt that for ‘Over And Over’ this would be the perfect video, in line with the songs meaning of breaking routine. Every item used is stuck in an infinite loop, a simpler loop than a lot of our lives, but when we strip everything back how different is it really?”
You can stream and watch the video for ‘Over And Over’ below.
The band’s full-length album, ‘No Vacation’, is out now on Marshall Records.
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