New interview and pictures
This week, the Spanish website ZonaZero posted an interview they recently did with Alex and Jack. In the video, they are mainly talking about the band's career. Watch it below.
The first pictures from All Time Low's headlining show in Buenos Aires were posted in the gallery yesterday. I have also added a few pictures from the concert in Mexico City. Check them out!
Posted by Moe on 08 Sep 2015
Manila: Video and pictures of the signing
Last month, All Time Low was in the Philippines to headline a show in Manila. Before the concert, the band attended a signing organised by Pulp Live World. Today, the website posted a recap video from this signing, which you can watch below.
Yesterday, we added over 200 photos from this signing in our gallery. You can check them all out by clicking the links below.
x214 : Appearances > 12 August 2015 - Signing in Manila, Philippines
Posted by Moe on 06 Sep 2015
Mexico City: Setlist and first pictures
Yesterday, All Time Low kicked off their South American tour in Mexico City, where they played 17 songs. Check out the setlist which will be used for every date below.
SatelliteThe first pictures from this concert were posted on the web and they are available in our gallery. Check them out!
The Irony Of Choking On A Lifesaver
Lost In Stereo
Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)
The Reckless And The Brave
A Love Like War
Something's Gotta Give
Kids In The Dark
Dear Maria, Count Me In
x27 : Concerts > El Plaza Condesa - Mexico City, Mexico
Posted by Moe on 05 Sep 2015
Reading & Leeds: Radio Cardiff interview and new pictures
When All Time Low was at Reading Festival, Radio Cardiff interviewed Jack to talk about the band's career and their latest album Future Hearts. You can listen to the whole podcast below.
Numerous new pictures from Reading and Leeds Festival were posted in the gallery. Check them out!
Posted by Moe on 04 Sep 2015
Team Rock: Alex on respecting the fans
Alex recently opened up about the numerous accusations made about other musicians. He talked to Team Rock and explained that the fans should be treated with respect. You can listen to the whole statement below.
Posted by Moe on 04 Sep 2015
Throwback Thursday: Jakarta 2013
For this week's Throwback Thursday, I have added many pictures which were taken when All Time Low was in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2013.
As for the video of the week, watch the band perform If These Sheets Were States below.
+63 : Concerts > Senayan Parking Lot - Jakarta, Indonesia
Posted by Moe on 03 Sep 2015
MTV interview with Alex and Jack
I saw you back in 2008 with Cobra Starship, on your co-headline UK tour, what’s changed since then?
Jack Barakat: “Not much! We’re all a little bit hairier.”
Alex Gaskarth: “Yeah I have slightly more chest hair now. I mean, so many things have changed, we’ve grown up a lot, we were young then, we were kids, so it’s pretty wild to know that we’re still a band.”
Jack: “That tour was really special to us because it was our first time seeing an All Time Low crowd in the UK, so I think that was very special because we knew this was going to become one of our favourite places to tour. It kind of jump-started our career here and made us want to come back more.”
Alex: “It was a very early indicator for us that there were people getting really passionate about our band here.”
What’s different about the UK?
A: “I think that the UK has just always embraced rock music, there’s an undying love for rock and roll here. For a band that walks that line it’s made things much better for us.”
What’s it like to be sharing the Reading main stage with the likes of Panic! At The Disco? Those guys have been around a similar time to you and on the same circuit…
A: “It’s pretty rad, I love those guys, we’ve grown up next to them and we’ve both been at it for a really long time.”
J: “I admire Brendon, I think he’s a great performer.”
A: “It’s one of the things I always love about Reading, you can pretty much guarantee that there’s gonna be some peers and friends on the bill with you so it’s always fun.”
You’ve just announced a UK arena tour, tell me a bit more about that, are you excited to be coming back next year?
J: “Of course! It’s our first headlining arena tour in the world, it’s awesome that we’re getting to do it in the UK.”
You’re playing the O2 Arena, which is huge!
A: “I know, it’s insane, it really is.”
J: “It’s intimidating!”
A: “We kept getting asked to come back and bring the Future Hearts tour to the UK so this is our best way of doing that and hitting as many people as we can.”
We’re coming to the end of festival season, has this year been a busy one?
A: “Oh my gosh, yeah! This year has been insane, it’s been non-stop since the record came out we’ve been touring, touring, touring. It’s a great way to spend your summer, the festival circuit is so much fun, we’re sort of wrapping it up in Europe with Reading and Leeds, this is a great way to end it.”
What can we expect from your set here at Reading this year?
A: “A dance party!”
J: “I think the best part about these shows is that you never know what’s going to happen. They’re very spontaneous which usually makes for an interesting show.”
We’ve got the VMAs coming up on sunday (August 31), what do you think about Miley Cyrus hosting them?
J: “Big Miley fans.”
A: “I love Miley, I think she’s gonna kill it. She’s so, so charismatic and she’s hilarious so I think she’s perfect for it.”
J: “I think she’s punk-rock as f**k too! She just does whatever she wants.”
I know you’ve been non-stop since the album came out, but when can we expect some new music?
A: “I don’t know, that’s such a good question. We are still so heavily into Future Hearts right now that it’s hard to think about what’s gonna come next. Who knows! Maybe next year, I don’t know, we’ll have to see.
Obviously you're absolutely huge now, where do you envisage yourselves five years down the line?
A: “Hopefully still doing this! It’s not something we want to stop doing. We want to keep growing it, we wanna keep playing for as many people as we possibly can.”
J: “Yeah, five years ago we were playing like 1st or 2nd on the Main Stage at Reading, and we’ve all said we just wanna be deeper in the line up. We wanna headline Reading one day. We started in a tent so it’s cooler to be here on the Main Stage.”
Finally, if you had to share a tent with two people from the line-up who would it be and why?
J: “Brendon is a good cuddler.”
A: “And he’s got some good ghost stories.”
J: “And Vic Fuentes from Pierce The Veil, he’s a gentle man. Vic and Brendon, no girls apparently! It’s a boy’s club.
Posted by Moe on 03 Sep 2015
Abstratti Produtora interview with Alex
On the 13th of September 2015, All Time Low will play in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Before the show, the Brazilian website Abstratti Produtora interviewed Alex to talk about Future Hearts and their upcoming show in South America. Read the translation written by Oh Calamity below.
Your latest album is entitled Future Hearts (2015). With this idea, how would you like future hearts to act? What would people with a good heart be like?
Alex Gaskarth — I think that we need to treat each other with respect and kindness. Moreover, I think it’s necessary to realise that life is all about enjoying moments with other people.
When you started the band, you were still in high school. Now that you have grown as artists, how do you think that you have evolved as a person who is successful and is used to touring the world?
Alex Gaskarth — We learn a lot just by seeing so many things around the world. When you have been travelling since you were really young, you get that feeling that the world is smaller as it looks and that we all live similar lives. This brought me closer to other human beings.
You named your band after a song by New Found Glory (who already played at Opinião in Porto Alegre, where you will also perform). By the way, you have already toured with NFG and other bands that you look up to. How does it feel to be close to those bands whose music you grew up with? And even better, how does it feel to play on the same stage as them?
Alex Gaskarth — It’s always awesome to share the stage with the people who used to be our heroes when we were teenagers, and to be able to call many of them our friends now. We have come a long way.
All Time Low released six albums, a few EPs and many singles — which is quite a lot for a band that has only been around since 2003. Has it always been in your plans to keep recording albums and release that many songs?
Alex Gaskarth — I’m not sure we ever had a plan. It’s hard to say because I could never have imagined that the band would go this far. We just decide on the moment as we want to give our fans what they expect from us. Everything we do, we do it so as to make our fans happy.
As a musician, what do you think changed the most since you released your first album The Party Scene (2005)?
Alex Gaskarth — We grew up a lot. We are totally different songwriters now — because we actually know what we are doing now. Haha!
About Full Frontal (the radio show hosted by Alex and guitarist Jack Barakat): where did the idea of starting such a project come from? Can you tell us more about it?
Alex Gaskarth — We just thought it would be fun to extend what Jack and I do on stage. There are many interactions with the fans and we tell a lot of jokes. So, in a way, Full Frontal is a continuity of the fun times we have on stage.
ATL is said to belong to the genre of pop punk. Do you mind this label or doesn’t it matter to you?
Alex Gaskarth — I don’t think it matters that much to us.
How does it feel to be on stage and be connected to the people who enjoy your music? Can we expect an amazing performance in Porto Alegre?
Alex Gaskarth — Everything that matters to us in ATL is to interact with the fans. When we hit the stage, we want to make sure that the audience is enjoying the show with us. So, everything has to do with the chemistry we have with the people who came to see us. We want the crowd to be left with great memories of our shows.
Posted by Moe on 02 Sep 2015
Photographers: Oh Calamity is recruiting!
All Time Low are about to tour the world once again this year, and we want you guys to work for us. If you are an aspiring photographer and dream to shoot a concert, we would love to give you this opportunity! We have already worked with Alice Chanal back in 2011, and we are looking for people from anywhere in the world to shoot pictures of All Time Low and be featured in our gallery.
Send us an email at email@example.com with the information requested below and we will contact the concert venues for you in order to try to get you a photo pass.
Name and country
A few pictures you took (not necessarily at shows)
Posted by Moe on 02 Sep 2015
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