Marshall Records’ latest signing The Bottom Line have released the brand new music video for their single Gone.

The pop-punk band from the south coast, and aims to make fun music that nods to the old-school, reminding people that not everything is doom and gloom.

The Bottom Line quickly found their feet within their world, touring and sharing stages with bands such as Simple Plan, The Offspring, Waterparks and Goldfinger, along with an appearance at Download Festival in 2018.

The release of their second EP I Still Hate You sparked acclaim across Europe, charting in the UK.

The band are back with their single Gone, released on 8th March, taken from their upcoming album No Vacation.

Talking about the signle, vocalist Callum Amies said the track was about taking a risk and leaving the comfort of a small home town behind in search of something better.

“Gone is a song about when I realized my entire life revolves around my tiny hometown,” explained Amies.

“It’s a place where everyone knows your business, and everyone knows everyone. I realized if I didn’t break out soon it would start to consume me,” he continued.

The music video takes those themes and puts them in real life, said Amies.

“We wanted the video to be a visual representation of just that,” he continued. “From starting in a steady and safe office job to rebelling and busting out of your comfort zone, taking a risk and not looking back. Very much what this band is all about.”