LEADING Bottoms are an indie rock duo from NJ whose music is a wildly eclectic mixture of pop, rock, and punk influences, accompanied by witty lyrics offering a rapid-fire, somewhat surreal perspective over the world around them. LEADING Bottoms are vocalist Brian Sella on guitars and vocals and Mathew Uychich on drums and bullhorn. Hailing from Bergen State, NJ, Sella and Uychich have already been friends given that they were a decade old, and began writing music jointly when Sella is at sixth quality. After years of earning music independently, Sella and Uychich made a decision to consider their act to the level at a high-school skill display, where they performed an original music and a Modest Mouse cover. Sella’s mom hoped to motivate the boys by purchasing them a while at an area recording studio room, where they were able to record 12 tracks in only three hours. With plenty of original tracks to try out a set, leading Bottoms had been booked to try out an all-ages display at a golf club in Pompton Lakes, NJ with a small number of regional rings; there they fulfilled Casey Lee Morgan, who was simply running audio that night time and documented music in his house studio room. Morgan began performing sessions using the duo, and in 2008 leading Bottoms released a self-released recording, I Hate My Close friends, and they strike the road, producing their way along the East Coastline and playing any makeshift location that would keep these things. Another D.We.Y. recording, My Grandmother vs. Pneumonia, premiered in ’09 2009, and an EP made an appearance this year 2010. In early stages within their touring exploits, Brian Uychich (Mathew’s sibling) became a member of the duo on keyboards and vocals, but he remaining the group in 2011 to go after his education, and leading Bottoms continuing on without him. In 2011 leading Bottoms authorized a cope with respected NJ independent label Pub/None Information, and their 1st album for his or her new sponsors, basically titled LEADING Bottoms, was released in Sept 2011. They adopted it up with 2013’s Talon from the Hawk, and in 2014 released a six-song EP of previously unreleased lover favorites entitled Rose, which is definitely supposedly the 1st in some EPs to become named following the bandmembers’ grandmothers. In Apr 2015 they released a break up EP known as Liberty and Character with rapper GDP, accompanied by their third studio room recording, the Fueled by Ramen-issued Back again at the top, in September of this year.