Tue Feb 12 2019

6:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Bottom Lounge

1375 W. Lake St Chicago, IL 60607

All Ages

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Tonight Alive US Tour

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Tonight Alive

    Tonight Alive

    Pop Punk

    Underworld, the cathartic new album from Tonight Alive, is an honest representation of what has happened to the band in the past year. The band’s most organic album yet, Underworld is a raw and real insight to a band reconnecting with their authentic selves.


    “I think a lot of people have put me on a pedestal, thinking I’m a really happy bright positive person,” says frontwoman Jenna McDougall. “I think it’s important to set an example that we all have darkness and we all have pain and that pain can make us sick. Emotional trauma can have a huge mental, physical and spiritual effect on you and it’s important to address those things. The fact that it’s coming from someone like me, I hope is helpful because people definitely have had one perspective on me so far.”

    Since 2008, from the outside it seemed like Tonight Alive were living every band’s dream: they were signed to a major label, released a trio of successful albums – including two ARIA Top 10 hits – and years of relentless touring saw the Sydneysiders become a force on the global music scene.

  • I The Mighty

    I The Mighty


    San Francisco’s I the Mighty took a bold step forward creatively with the release of their most recent album Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go (Equal Vision Records). Already one of the most progressive voices in alternative rock, Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go sees the band exploring new territory both sonically and topically. It is a collection of nine artistically mature, meticulously crafted rock anthems that sees lead vocalist, Brent Walsh, tackling the topics that have helped shape his own personal growth since the release of their last album; both in terms of life experience and in regards to more abstract topics. Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go is the sort of adrenaline-fueled, kinetic record that creates the perfect balance between experimentalism and the sort of relatable magnetism that is at the core of all the best rock anthems. It taps into a bigger picture that indicates the band is really starting to scratch the surface of what they’re capable as artists.


    Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go was anchored by three diverse singles that explored the complexity of the release. While “Silver Tongues” (featuring Tilian from Dance Gavin Dance) and “Where The Mind Wants To Go” exhibit an elevated take on the brand of rock that the band has built their following on, “Chaos In Motion” sees them dipping into previously uncharted territory with the help of producer Casey Bates (Portugal. The Man) and mix engineer Neal Avron (Twenty One Pilots, Walk The Moon). The band premiered “Chaos In Motion” via an OCD-trigger video which was picked up by Viral Thread whose post about the track/visual has amassed over 2 million plays.

  • Doll Skin

    Doll Skin

    Alternative Rock

    Doll Skin: a revved up rock n’ roll’ band from the desert of Phoenix, Arizona who have split the difference between rock, punk, and pop, and even utilize some metal influences. After being touted by the press with their 2015 debut EP as some kind of a millennial second coming of The Runaways, vocalist Sydney Dolezal, guitarist Alex Snowden, bassist Nicole Rich, and drummer Meghan Herring went on to destroy expectations, showing the world that pure rock fury has no age requirement.

Tonight Alive US Tour

Tue Feb 12 2019 6:30 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Bottom Lounge Chicago IL
Tonight Alive US Tour
  • Event Cancelled.

All Ages