UK pop-punk outfit The Bottom Line have announced the release of their new single ‘Pull Me Out’, following a jam-packed year touring across the UK and Europe with Simple Plan.

Out on November 14th, the fast, furious and infectious new single is everything you want from a pop-rock anthem. With ecstatic guitar riffs, hyper drum beats and catchy vocals, ‘Pull Me Out’ will ignite mosh pits up and down the country.

Established in 2011, the London four-piece has been working relentlessly to bring their entertaining sound to fans around the globe, channelling the soul of old school skate punk with a fresh and modern twist. With their ‘Another Pop Punk‘ EP and the two LP’s ‘Role Models?‘ and ‘Covered In Punk‘ under their belts, they have sparked the attention of fellow artists including My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and afore-mentioned genre pioneers Simple Plan.

Earlier this year The Bottom Line released the previous singles Insecure and ‘Playlist featuring MC Lars. And now with ‘Pull Me Out’ they are preparing for the release of their eagerly anticipated EP ‘I Still Hate You; more details to come.

Priding themselves on their energetic live performances and their standout ability to interact with their audiences, the foursome have already made a huge impact on stages across UK and Europe.

The band have already embarked on five UK headline tours, plus headline tours in South Asia and China, as well as a number of festival performances including a headline set at Jakcloth Festival and main stage appearance at the UK’s biggest drug and alcohol-free festival Butserfest.

They have also supported a plethora of acts across the UK including Bowling For Soup, Gerard Way, Mallory Knox and Don Broco. They also joined Simple Plan on their seven-week ‘Take One For The Team’ UK and European tour earlier this year.

With their remarkable live charisma, electrifying sound and adoring fanbase The Bottom Line are rapidly proving to be the next big thing in pop punk.