All Time Low's first music video was released in 2005. It was filmed at The Sheffield Institute and it shows the four musicians horsing around on a couch.
The song is about a love story that has ended.
The Girl's A Straight-Up Hustler [link]
This music video, shot on January 7th, 2006 at Vila Julie College, has not been officially released because of lightning and contract issues with Hopeless
Records. However, it can be watched on websites such as Youtube.
Coffee Shop Soundtrack [link]
This music video shows a gymnastics competition between young girls and All Time Low. Jack is seen on a balance beam. The band is playing the song in a changing-room, a
steam room and a toilet.
Six Feet Under The Stars [link]
The music video has been released on September 24th, 2007, a day before the release of So Wrong, It's Right. In this music video, there's a karaoke competition
and we can see the band with different costumes and then in their casual clothes.
Dear Maria, Count Me In [link]
The music video has been directed by Travis Kopach and it was released on February 12th, 2008. The scene is set in a strip club where the band is playing the
song. We can also see a stripper whose name must be Maria.
Poppin' Champagne [link]
It was released on August 1st, 2008 and this music video was also directed by Travis Kopach. It is seen as a parody of rap and hip hop music videos. We can see the
band in exaggerated costumes and they are surrounded by pretty girls.
The music video shows the band on stage and backstage and we can see ironic comments during the whole video. The All Time Low crew is present and
Mark Hoppus from Blink-182 & Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy make an appearance.
Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't) [link]
The music video, directed by Matthew Stawski, was released on September 11th, 2009. The scene takes place on a talk show where singer Alex Gaskarth talks about
his affair with his teacher and he leaves the band to run away with her.
Lost In Stereo [link]
The music video shows some extracts of the Glamour Kills Tour that took place in the year 2009. Thus, some of these extracts are from their live DVD, Straight
to DVD. It was released in 2010.
I Feel Like Dancin' [link]
The music video is making fun of the music industry. We can see the band talking to their manager who gives them ideas to make a successful music video. At the end, they channel
Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.
Forget About It [link]
The music video was released in summer 2011 and it shows us some extracts from their spring tour, the Dirty Work Tour.
We can see the band having fun backstage. It's also a lyric video.
This music video is about a love story which was inspired by the movie Iron Man. The video deals with this story while showing the band playing their song.
Malese Jow, an actress, a singer and a friend of theirs, makes an appearance in the video.
Kiss Me Again (Alex with the band We Are The In Crowd) [link]
In 2012, Alex invited himself to sing a song with the band We Are The In Crowd. This song is the story of two people who are attracted
to each other, which we can also see in the music video.
Start The Party (Jack with the band It Boys!) [link]
It's a song by the American band It Boys! featuring Breathe Carolina's David Schmitt. In the music video, which was released on the 1st of November 2012,
a party unfolds in a house while the band is playing its song. We can see Jack at the beginning of the video.
Somewhere In Neverland [link]
On the 19th of March 2013, All Time Low released this new music video which is quite original. In the video, the band flies to an imaginary world, as suggested
by the lyrics.
Backseat Serenade [link]
The music video premiered on the 9th of May 2013 and introduces the band wearing animal costumes on a daily basis. The musicians then run into a game room where they
are the characters in the game Whac-A-Mole.
A Love Like War [link]
The song is featuring Vic Fuentes from Pierce The Veil and it was released on the 3th of September, 2013 as a surprise for the fans. In the video, the
guys are watching a movie about war and they are messing around with pop corn.
My Money Is On The Longshot (Jack with Less Than Jake) [link]
The band Less Than Jake has published this music video in late 2013. They had asked many friends of theirs to shoot a video of them singing the song. Jack got to
participate in the shooting of the video and we can see him singing the first chorus lying on the floor.
The Irony Of Choking On A Lifesaver [link]
During the A Love Like War UK Tour in 2014, the band shot a live video to thank all the fans who went to see them
live and who have always supported them.
Something's Gotta Give [link]
In January 2015, the band released their new single and its music video on the same day. The video shows Alex
dressed up as fries and trying to hug people who keep running away from him. He then notices that he is a zombie.
Kids In The Dark [link]
In March 2015, All Time Low released the second single off Future Hearts. In the music video, a young girl helplessly
witnesses her parents fighting. She ends up finding a shelter with other people.
In August 2015, All Time Low released their third video featuring footage of their life on tour both on stage
and backstage. The video was shot during the North American Future Hearts Tour.
Boom (Alex with the band Simple Plan) [link]
In August 2015, the Canadian band Simple Plan came back with a brand new video shot with friends of theirs including
Alex and members of bands such as Pierce The Veil and PVRIS.
Missing You [link]
In April 2016, All Time Low released a music video featuring their fans to thank them for always being there for the band.
The video was shot in London, UK and it was their first video to get a nomination at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Take Cover [link]
In September 2016, to promote their second live DVD "Straight To DVD II: Past, Present, And Future Hearts", All Time Low
released a brand new song and a new video with footage from tour.