Blink-182 tour recap video and last pictures

Yesterday night, the band Blink-182 posted a recap video of their summer tour, from which All Time Low are currently taking a two-week break. At the beginning of the video, you can see Rian with Blink-182 singer Mark Hoppus. Watch it below.

Over the past few days, I have posted pictures taken on the latest dates of this tour. Check them out!

Posted by Moe on 08 Sep 2016

More Straight To DVD II teasers

This week, All Time Low have posted more sneak peeks for their second live DVD, which is coming out on Friday. Watch them below.

Straight To DVD II: Teaser #28436

Sometimes you just need to get back to your roots. #STDII /

Posted by All Time Low on Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Straight To DVD II: Teaser #9,184,838,282 (yeah, we know)

You can pre-order #STDII on iTunes: PS - is it Friday yet?

Posted by All Time Low on Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Posted by Moe on 07 Sep 2016

Straight to DVD II sneak peeks

Over the past few days, All Time Low has posted two videos on social media to show us what is to be expected from their upcoming DVD Straight To DVD II, which is coming out next Friday. You can watch them below.

Straight To DVD II: A Teaser

This is exactly what it looks like. #STDII /

Posted by All Time Low on Saturday, 3 September 2016

Straight To DVD: A Teaser #5872

Dancin' with myself. #STDII Get it on iTunes. /

Posted by All Time Low on Sunday, 4 September 2016

Posted by Moe on 05 Sep 2016

Take Cover music video

All Time Low have just dropped one of the two new songs which will be featured on their upcoming live DVD. The song is entitled Take Cover.
Alex tweeted about the song and said it was the perfect way to end the Future Hearts era. Read what he had to say about it below.
So proud of what we accomplished on Future Hearts. Pumped for you guys to see the DVD! Take Cover is the perfect "last song" for the album. - @AlexAllTimeLow

They made a music video for it using footage from their tours since 2009. You can watch it below.

Check out the screen captures of the music video in our gallery.

x88: Music Videos > Take Cover > Captures

Posted by Moe on 02 Sep 2016

Throwback Thursday: Washington 2008

For this week's Throwback Thursday, I have added many pictures taken in Washington, D.C. back in 2008 during the AP Tour.

As for the video of the week, watch the band perform the song Six Feet Under The Stars below.

Posted by Moe on 01 Sep 2016

SiriusXM: All Time Low perform Missing You

When All Time Low were at the SiriusXM studios, they performed a few songs, including a cover of Selena Gomez's Hands To Myself, which we posted earlier on.

The radio has now posted an acoustic version of Missing You, which you can watch below. Enjoy!

Posted by Moe on 31 Aug 2016

Straight To DVD II: Official trailer

All Time Low have just posted the official trailer for their upcoming live DVD Straight To DVD II: Past, Present, and Future Hearts, out on 9 September. You can watch the 5-minute video below.

Posted by Moe on 30 Aug 2016

All Time Low cover Selena Gomez's Hands To Myself

A few days ago, All Time Low were at the SiriusXM studios to perform a cover of Selena Gomez's Hands To Myself. As promised, here is the video of their performance.

Posted by Moe on 29 Aug 2016

Jack on Blink-182

Jack recently gave an interview to Alternative Press where he got to talk about his favourite band of all time, Blink-182, and what it means to be touring North America with them. You can read the article below.
Jack Barakat, guitarist for All Time Low, is a longtime fan of pop-punk legends Blink-182—ATL have even commented that they were originally a Blink-182 cover band. The first time he saw Blink was at Hershey Park venue in 2002. Tonight, he’ll play that venue—opening for the very band that inspired him to be a musician. In this exclusive with AP, he shares the experience from that first show and what it means to tour with his idols.

May 23, 2002.

The first actual tour I ever attended, I was 13 years old, about to graduate 8th grade and my mom had to give me her credit card. Blink-182 and Green Day were going on the Pop Disaster Tour, and I wasn't going to miss it. To be honest, at the time I was purely going to see Blink, even though Dookie was the first album I ever got, thanks to my brother. I was a big Green Day fan, but I was a Blink-182 fanatic. I pierced my ear because Mark did it. I analyzed the Enema Of The State and Take Off Your Pants And Jacket cd booklets through and through. I was as diehard as you could possibly be.

I went to the show with my buddy John, who I started playing music with. He is also the man I attribute to helping me start a band—without him, there would be no All Time Low. Ironically, we ended up kicking John out because he couldn't play the solo from “Rollercoaster” by Blink and Rian could (teenagers can be vicious).

We went as bandmates but mostly we went as best friends. My mom took us because we were young as shit. As soon as we got to Hershey Park Stadium, we noticed they weren't checking wristbands to get down into the GA section. We asked my mom if we could go down there and join the pit. My mom obliged "as long as we checked in every so often."

We watched Green Day's set with our eyes wide open. It was a crazy experience watching one of our favorite bands, and one of the world's biggest rock bands, perform. (Turns out that years later I would tour Europe with this band, as incredible as that experience was, it wouldn't come close to feeling as good as what was to come.) Green Day's energy was unparalleled to anything we had seen. Also, the smell of weed was rolling through the air, and we were stoked.

After a short changeover, the lights dimmed. I remember the butterflies in my stomach before Blink came out. This was a band I had studied: videos, CDs, pictures, websites. To me, they didn't exist outside music videos and DVD footage. I had done all my research. I didn't just love the music; I loved the lifestyle. I was balls deep at this point.

Anyways, I can't remember whether it was a kabuki drop or curtain opening. But I remember the snare roll and the guitar beginning “Anthem Part 2.” I don't remember a lot of the details, but I remember feeling numb, kinda floating. It was an out-of-body experience. It was that moment I remember looking at my drummer/best friend John and saying, "This is what we need to do."

I think about that night every time I walk on stage. It's the reason why I play music. It's the reason why I continued pushing my friends to join and start bands. I never was big into writing songs—I always help a little when I can. We have three other guys who are exceptional at it and always have been. My thing has always been performing and that has never changed.

Today we will take the stage at the same venue, opening up for the same band that brought me here all those years ago. I realize that we won't have the curtains, light show, pyro and crowd that Blink had that night. But even being mentioned in the same sentence as them has made this all worth it.

We have been on tour with Blink for a few weeks now, and all I can say is that we have never been treated better on a tour. The guys have been so great to us. They have set an example for how all headliners should treat the openers, and it makes me want to follow it.

Needless to say, hanging out with your idols is nuts. Fuck man. Dreams don't always come true, I won't lie and say they do. But when they do, nothing can prepare you for how great it is.

Posted by Moe on 27 Aug 2016

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