Buenos Aires: Freak Out recap video



When All Time Low was in Buenos Aires, Argentina, their supporting act Freak Out got to hang with them backstage. The Argentinian band posted a recap video of the show, where we can see All Time Low at 1:19. Watch the video below.



Posted by Moe on 18 Sep 2015


Throwback Thursday: Richmond 2008



For this week's Throwback Thursday I have added a few pictures taken in Richmond on The Shortest Tour Ever back in 2008.
As for the video of the week, watch All Time Low perform Holly (Would You Turn Me On?).






Posted by Moe on 17 Sep 2015


Queremos interview



The website Queremos has posted the interview they did with Alex and Jack when the band was in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. They are talking about sports and other things which they like. Watch the video below.



Posted by Moe on 17 Sep 2015


Rio de Janeiro: New recap video and pictures



The website Queremos posted yet another recap video from the show in Rio de Janeiro. In this video, we can see footage of the band on stage, with the fans, and also answering questions about Brazil backstage. Watch it below.



Many new pictures from this show in Rio de Janeiro were added in our gallery. Check them out!




Posted by Moe on 16 Sep 2015


Brazil: One Direction cover and pictures



When All Time Low were in Brazil, they played their usual song covers such as Blink-182's 'All The Small Things' but they also covered Drag Me Down by One Direction for the first time. As promised yesterday, you can watch the video of the cover below.



Many new pictures from the concert in Rio de Janeiro were posted by the website Queremos. Check them out in our gallery!




Posted by Moe on 15 Sep 2015


South America: Recap video and pictures



The Brazilian website Queremos has just posted a recap video of the band's show in Rio de Janeiro. We can see All Time Low playing Runaways on stage and meeting the fans before the show. Watch it below.

All Time Low no Rio - Teaser

Se você ainda ta com a garganta rouca e as pernas doídas do show do All Time Low no Rio , ta na hora de relembrar um pouquinho de como foi f#da!Valeu empolgados e TIM beta e Crush, the Party! por mais uma noite incrível no Sacadura 154 . Que show!Já pode querer o All Time Low de volta mais uma vez? Claro que pode! - queremos.com.br/alltimelow

Posted by Queremos on Monday, September 14, 2015


Many new pictures from the band's concert in Buenos Aires were posted in the gallery. Check them out!




Posted by Moe on 14 Sep 2015


Brazilian dates: Videos and pictures



The South American tour ended yesterday in Porto Alegre. When All Time Low was in Brazil, they played a few old songs off So Wrong, It's Right, which were requested by the fans. Watch the videos for Remembering Sunday and Poppin' Champagne below.
Yesterday night, they also covered a song by One Direction. The cover will be posted as soon as possible.





A few pictures from the last two Brazilian shows were posted in our gallery. Check them out!


x01 : Concerts > Bar Opinião - Porto Alegre, Brazil
x11 : Concerts > Sacadura 154 - Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
+01 : Social media > Facebook


Posted by Moe on 14 Sep 2015


All Time Low in Brazil: Video and pictures



All Time Low are currently touring Brazil. Yesterday night, they played in Rio de Janeiro and Hopeless Brazil posted a short video of the band playing the song Tidal Waves on Instagram. Watch it below.



In São Paulo, All Time Low met the press. They took a lot of pictures, which were then posted on social media. I have also added the first two pictures from the concert in São Paulo in the gallery. Check them out!


x02 : Concerts > Cine Joia - São Paulo, Brazil
x01 : Appearances > 12 September 2015 - Interview in São Paulo, Brazil
+09 : Social media > Other twitters
+01 : Social media > Facebook


Posted by Moe on 13 Sep 2015


Chile: Interview and pictures



Before All Time Low came to Chile, the website Rockaxis interviewed the band to talk about their show in Santiago, Blink-182 and their career. Read the article translated by Oh Calamity below.
How do you feel about coming to Chile?
We could not be more excited! It has taken us a long time to come here.

You have been on tour since you left high school. How did it change your lifestyle?
I don’t really think there was a way to prepare for this lifestyle, you know? We are now embracing this crazy lifestyle and it suits us perfectly.

You are big fans of Blink-182. How do you feel about having collaborated with Mark Hoppus on your latest album?
Mark is an amazing guy. He is really talented and his voice is unique. As we grew up listening to Blink-182, it means a lot that he is a part of the album.

You had already written with him on Nothing Personal but the song was not on the album. What happened?
It just never saw the light of day. At the time, we did not think it was good and it was not worthwhile to go back and try to recycle this idea. It is now in the Heaven of Songs.

When you listened to Blink-182 as teenagers, what did you like the most about the band?
I think that I liked how comfortable they were on stage. They gave me the impression that they did not need to act a certain way or attract a certain kind of people. They just did their thing, and that’s what we liked most about them. On top of that, their music is really catchy.

The collaborations are not specific to this latest album. You have also written with Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy and Rivers Cuomo, amongst others. How was the experience of working with them?
We’ve had the pleasure of working with so many talented people over the years. The best part is seeing into the creative mind of the artists we admire. You really learn a lot.

How important is it for you to bring something new to the process?
We can learn a lot from a collaboration. Every time we finish writing a song with a new artist, we assimilate new tricks and a new kind of songwriting. Nothing is as valuable as that.

How much has changed since the release of “The Party Scene”?
We’ve grown a lot. We were approximately 16 years old when we released our first album, we were only kids.

Do you think that “Future Hearts” is the best album you have ever released?
Yes, we will come to Chile with the best album of our career. Creatively, it is the best version of All Time Low.
Many new pictures from the concert in Santiago were added in our gallery. Check them out!




Posted by Moe on 11 Sep 2015


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