October 2, 2017 |

Waterparks w/Chapel & The Bottom Line @ The Underworld, London

Waterparks w/Chapel & The Bottom Line @ The Underworld, London

October 2, 2017 |

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After a 35 minute delay due to the necessity of erecting a barrier for this sold out show, The Bottom Line still take to the stage with full force as the Imperial March (Star Wars) theme starts up before opening with their latest single I Still Hate You, as the crowds reception is nothing short of a party getting everyone on their feet holding their middle fingers up as requested while screaming along to the catchy chorus instantly becoming a hit with the whole room. Continuing the chaos from front to back every individual is cheering along with a cover of Wheatus' classic hit Teenage Dirtbag finding a place in every teenagers heart. The Bottom Line clearly boast their energy and classic 90's pop punk vibe as a leading UK act in its scene, honing the titles of already travelling the world in support of pop punk's biggest influences.

Following that stellar opening act is Chapel who open with We've Got Soul which gets everyone clapping along easing the packed out show into a retro 80's touch to the modern pop culture. After the first song is done with so is the frontman with his guitar as he takes the mic to hand for nearly the duration of the set. A familiar unique cover of Creep by Radiohead gets a crowd singing along before swiftly moving onto more bouncy electronic pop tunes. A great crowd response is given for their first visit to the UK.