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Jimmy Eat World Announce Summer Tour Dates With The Front Bottoms

Jimmy Eat World and The Front Bottoms are joining forces for a tour that begins on Aug. 7 in Atlanta. They'll be joined…
SPIN Staff / March 9, 2020

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Watch the Front Bottoms Perform “Au Revoir (Adios)” Live at Lollapalooza 2016

Jersey-bred pop punkers the Front Bottoms have been in the game since 2007, which seems like an eternity in indie-rock terms. The band’s wildly eclectic…
Drew Fortune / August 3, 2016

SPIN at Lollapalooza 2016: Portraits of Frank Turner, Bastille, Dua Lipa, and More

For Lollapalooza’s 25th Anniversary, SPIN was on site at the Toyota Music Den, where we invited many of the fest’s best and brightest to stop…
Drew Fortune / August 2, 2016

SPIN at Lollapalooza 2016: Day 3 at Toyota Music Den with the Front Bottoms, the Joy Formidable, and More

After an epic closing set from Radiohead the night before, fatigue began to show on the concertgoers as the gates opened on Day 3 of…
Drew Fortune / July 31, 2016

SPIN at Lollapalooza 2016: Toyota Music Den Schedule

Lollapalooza descends upon Grant Park in Chicago next weekend (July 28-31) with an impressive four-day lineup headlined by Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, J.Cole and Red Hot Chili…
SPIN Staff / July 21, 2016

The Front Bottoms Get Comfortable With ‘Cough It Out’ Live Video

"It was all very punk rock," explains Brian Sella, singer and guitarist for the Front Bottoms. He’s referring to their self-booked, bedroom-recorded, basement-playing days, but…
Natalie Caamano / April 6, 2016

Hear the Front Bottoms’ Delicate, Distressed ‘Twelve Feet Deep’

New Jersey pop-punk duo the Front Bottoms have spent the better part of four records mining some fragile, forlorn, and well-tread emotional territory, but their…
Colin Joyce / June 10, 2014

The Front Bottoms Fight Suburban Hometown Blues in ‘Funny You Should Ask’ Video

New Jersey duo Front Bottoms excel at crafting folk-inflected pop-punk, songs occupied by characters that are too smart (and too sensitive) for their own good.
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013