Last Young Renegade music video

After a lot of teasing, All Time Low released a second music video today for the eponymous song Last Young Renegade. You can now watch the music video below and get the song on iTunes.

Hope you enjoy the new single!

Check out the screen captures from the music video in our gallery!

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Posted by Moe on 24 Mar 2017

All Time Low in Manchester

Last night, Alex and Jack shot a video for their fans in Manchester to tell them to grab the last few tickets still available for the show tonight at the O2 Apollo.

You can watch the video by clicking the picture below.

Posted by Moe on 23 Mar 2017

Cambridge: Review and pictures

Last week, All Time Low performed a show in Cambridge, England. The website Gig Goer attended the concert and wrote a review of the night while quoting the band's on stage banter. You can read the article belwo.
Alright, let’s start with some quotes here. 14 is the number of years these guys have been in this band, 6 is the number of studio albums they’ve released to date, their record So Wrong, It’s Right will turn 10 years this September, 15 dates counts their March tour across the UK and Ireland and 1800, give or take, is tonight’s venue capacity. Not to mention the enormous number of hours All Time Low‘s fans have been waiting outside of Cambridge Corn Exchange on this fine Tuesday (I’m not counting the brave ones who decided to camp overnight of course).

We don’t have to wait long until four figures jump up on the stage and kick off with the flaring tune Kicking & Screaming, taken from their most recent album Future Hearts (2015). Clearly it’s more about screaming at this very moment, although a few individuals do pretty good job with all the kicking just to get closer to the front.

As the lyrics “Manage me, I’m a mess” of Weightless hit the ether the Baltimore’s finest remind everyone that they still know how to put on a thrilling show. Of course, opening with a couple of fan favourites aims for a great success but the reception of the audience is what makes it all special.

“Let’s see if you can sing along to this one” we hear from vocalist Alex Gaskarth before the band dives into the catchy tune Somewhere In Neverland. The bond between the band and the crowd is tight giving tonight a sense of family reunion.

All Time Low have mastered the art of live performance over the years. Their delivery is precise, their engagement and stage persona are strong, their relationship with the fans is to be envied. What’s more, they never lose their sense of humour.

“How are we doing down there Cambridge?!”, Alex welcomes everyone in the room as Jack Barakat reveals some interesting facts about his personal life: “You might not know this but I actually went to Cambridge. That’s on my Wikipedia page”.

“He’s lying” Alex clarifies quickly. “He doesn’t have a Wikipedia page”.

“Can someone make a Wikipedia page for me and say I went to Cambridge? And my mom thinks I’m a virgin. Can someone put that on Wiki page as well?”.

“And that’s another lie”, Alex interrupts. “Anyway, the last time we played here it was 2012. I’m gonna teach you something now. It’s very easy”, he says leaving a space for melodic chants of Cinderblock Garden‘s intro to follow. No one needs any more encouragements naturally.

The band makes sure to satisfy the old and new fans respectively as they bring back the old-school rawness of Six Feet Under The Stars (So Wrong, It’s Right 2007) and Canals from the extended version of their 2012’s Don’t Panic.

“You guys are doing an amazing job. How are you guys upstairs? I miss you” Alex gets a bit emotional while Jack shares more secrets, as he does, including the revelation about his underwear. Judging on the numbers of the ladies’ bras hanging from his mic stand, it seems totally justified.

The glorious visuals in the form of flashing lights accompany the set adding a dazzling factor to the entire live experience. Guitar-driven Something’s Gotta Give sees people on each other’s shoulders whilst giant balloons flood the room. Red lights quickly turn into blue as All Time Low serve another straightforward banger Kids In The Dark. Zack Merrick and Rian Dawson keep a tight rein on the rhythmical structure with the on-point drum work and groovy basslines whilst the other two entertain the audience.

“Thank you so much. You guys are one of my favourite cities. It’s fucking beautiful. We’ve been a band for a while now, about 13-14 years now. That’s crazy. Thank you for keeping us going. Thank you for keeping us alive. We’ve got a new album coming out. I want you to sing it if you know this one. It’s called Dirty Laundry“, and many people already sing back the lyrics.

But moving on then as the band gears up to proceed but a little hassle erupts at the back of the stage. Jack is here with an explanation of course, “Rian, you keep breaking stuff!” and he dives headfirst into rapping. Yep, we are lucky to get a sneak of Limp Bizkit’s ‘Break Stuff’ what makes quite an interesting turn.

“Jack is in the zone right now. He doesn’t know lyrics to any of our songs but somehow he knows this one” the singer ponders. Well, it is impressive either way.

The show continues to vary. We slow down a little bit with acoustic version of the emotive Missing You and Therapy, just to get back on the road of punchy A Love Like War, Backseat Serenade and live favourite Take Cover.

It’s been a blast but the end is fast approaching. The confetti cannons have been kept for the grand finale as well as the tracks Lost In Stereo and Dear Maria, Count Me In.

As the lyrics of the latter “‘Cause I got your picture, I’m coming with you / Dear Maria, count me in / There’s a story at the bottom of this bottle” keep ringing for a while, I reflect on the show and realise that surely some hearts have been amended tonight as well as some have been broken and a few tears have been shed. I wish we’d been served with more new offerings but I guess we need to wait longer until new album Last Young Renegade comes out later this year. I’m pretty sure, these guys are yet to surprise us big time.

Read more: Gig Goer

A few pictures were posted on their website. You can check them out in our gallery.

Posted by Moe on 21 Mar 2017

Belfast: Live report and photos

On Sunday, All Time Low went to Northern Ireland for a show at Ulster Hall. The website XS Noize attended the concert and posted a live report on the web. You can read the article below.
After SWMRS finished, the stage was set up for All Time Low. The crowd below in the standing area were visibly ready to go. A huge black curtain was dropped from the front of the stage to reveal a huge light set up and drummer Rian’s kit.

When the lights went down the room exploded in an applause I didn’t think could get any louder, but which did as the members bounced out onto the stage. Getting off to a roaring start with the song Kicking & Screaming, All Time Low were giving so much energy, making it look like it was the first night of their current tour, rather than the tenth date.

The four members played a huge 15 song set, rarely slowing down and playing every song that the fans wanted to hear. Playing songs from as far back as their 2007 sophomore album So Wrong, It’s Right the band were visibly having a great time playing and it was clear everyone else in the room was having a great time too.

Song after song the crowd were going wild, proving that All Time Low fans are among the most committed, there wasn’t anyone in the room that didn’t now the words. Tracks like Weightless and Six Feet Under The Stars went down fantastically, as well as the new single Dirty Laundry from their recently announced new album coming out later this year.

After closing with Take Cover the band brought their set to an end, but everyone in the room wanted more. And the band were more than happy to oblige. After a brief moment off the stage, they returned to play the two songs everyone had been waiting to hear. Lost In Stereo was the first of, launching the entire room into a ball of nostalgia fuelled energy it was fantastic. And just when I thought the applause couldn’t get any bigger and the crowd couldn’t be anymore excited, the night was brought to a fantastic close with Dear Maria, Count Me In.

All Time Low’s return to Belfast delivered another fantastic set, filled with energy and positive vibes that will definitely be enough for the fans there to welcome them back once again.

Read more: XS Noize

Many pictures from this show were posted in our gallery. They were taken by multiple photographers who are all credited in the album description. Check them out!

Posted by Moe on 21 Mar 2017

All Time Low's upcoming week

All Time Low's UK tour with SWMRS and Waterparks is still going strong. We have summed up the main information about each gig they will play this upcoming week to make it easier for you. Feel free to use the suggested hashtags on social media to find people going to the same show as you.

Should you have any questions, feel free to direct them at our Twitter account @ohcalamitynet.

20 March 2017

Event: Concert
Place: Dublin, Ireland
Venue: Olympia Theatre
Time: 7pm
Support: SWMRS and Waterparks
Tickets: SOLD OUT
Dame Street (27 / 49 / 54a / 56a / 77a / 123 / 150 / 151)
Hashtag: #ATLDublin

22 March 2017

Event: Concert
Place: Bristol, UK
Venue: O2 Academy
Time: 7pm
Support: SWMRS and Waterparks
Tickets: SOLD OUT
College Green (1 / 3 / 8 / 9 )
Hashtag: #ATLBristol

23 March 2017

Event: Concert
Place: Manchester, UK
Venue: O2 Apollo
Time: 7pm
Support: SWMRS and Waterparks
Tickets: buy here
Access: Stockport Rd/Apollo Theatre (192)
Hashtag: #ATLManchester

24 March 2017

Event: Concert
Place: Sheffield, UK
Venue: O2 Academy
Time: 6:30pm
Support: SWMRS and Waterparks
Tickets: buy here
Access: Arundel Gate Mini Interchange (4)
Hashtag: #ATLSheffield

25 March 2017

Event: Concert
Place: Newcastle, UK
Venue: O2 Academy
Time: 6:30pm
Support: SWMRS and Waterparks
Tickets: SOLD OUT
Central Stn Westgate Rd
Hashtag: #ATLNewcastle

Posted by Moe on 20 Mar 2017

Liverpool: Review and pictures

Yesterday, All Time Low played a show in Liverpool, UK, where they changed the setlist just a bit to play one of their oldest songs, Jasey Rae. The website Getintothis was in the audience to write a live report of the night. You can read their article below.
Returning to the city after a lengthy absence, Getintothis’ Luke Chandley finds the pop punkers taking Mountford Hall by storm.

It had been a while since All Time Low were last in Liverpool. The band said so themselves. And whilst the city often gets overlooked in a band’s touring schedule, tonight was a night for All Time Low to reintroduce themselves with their fans a little closer to the Mersey.

The Baltimore pop-punkers hit the stage with Kicking and Screaming, taken from their last album Future Hearts. Full of bounce and energy, it was a great way to open the set. Even from that very moment, you could tell that the band had the crowd eating out the palm of their hands.

Across the next few songs, we were given a trip through the history of the band, with singles off earlier albums (Weightless and Six Feet Under The Stars) providing long-term fans with some well-known classics.

As the set continued, the audience became more involved, with some great sing-along moments coming in the form of Missing You, and during an impromptu addition to the set-list of early tracks in the form of Jasey Rae from 2006 EP Put Up or Shut Up. A clear fan favourite, it was awesome to see an act bow to fan pressure. As venue-wide chants of “Jasey Rae!” rung across Mountford Hall, the band turned to a quick retune before giving the fans exactly what they wanted. A cool gesture from the act that the audience clearly loved.

The final song Dear Maria, Count Me In is probably the track the band is best known for, and as the song drew to a close, confetti was thrust into the air to bring the curtain down on a really solid show.

All Time Low know exactly what their fans want. As the years have passed, they have honed their craft and turned their brand of sunshine pop-punk into music for all seasons, and whilst they don’t pull up any musical trees, their show will continue to look, sound and feel one of the best around. And that’s all anyone can ask for.

Read more: Getintothis

The first pictures from last night, which were taken by Tom Falcone and posted on the band's official Facebook page, were added in our gallery. Check them out!

Posted by Moe on 19 Mar 2017

Morgan Richards Interviews with Alex

Alex recently sat down with Morgan Richards Interviews to talk about the band's upcoming album Last Young Renegade and discuss the new direction of their sound. You can watch the video below.

Posted by Moe on 18 Mar 2017

All Time Low to play at iHeartVillage

All Time Low have just announced that they will play at this year's iHeartVillage, a part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival that will take place in Las Vegas, NV next September.

You can already purchase your tickets here. Find out more details about this new date below.
23 September 2017: Daytime Village at the iHeartRadio Music Festival - Las Vegas, NV

Posted by Moe on 14 Mar 2017

Southampton review and pictures

Yesterday, All Time Low played a sold out show in Southampton, UK. Various media were in attendance to write reports. You can read the review from Hampshire Chronicle below.
PUNK-rock band All Time Low took to the Southampton stage and blew audiences away, getting their UK tour off to a great start.

Supporting acts Waterpark and SWMRS warmed the audience up but were not a touch on the main act.

Despite being a fan of All Time Low for the last ten plus years, growing up listening to their music as it matured with me, this was the first time I have seen them live and I was blown away by their sheer stage presence and unforgettable performance.

Waterparks, from Texas, was the first supporting act to take to the stage followed by SWMRS, from California, and unfortunately I soon realised why I had never heard of either of these acts.

At first I was quite excited to see which acts the band which I had followed unwaveringly for so long had chosen to support them. But Waterparks were not the best and SWMRS were only a little better. Although, for all I know they could have been quite good but since I could not hear their singing over their instruments, I could not judge. I ended up waiting impatiently for them to finish, worrying All Time Low's sound might be off too.

But, I worried for nothing - All Time Low's vocals were spot on, the band made their instruments sing and the audience go wild.

Frontman Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson brought a special-kind of stage presence, performing exactly how they sounded on their studio-recorded records, probably even better.

All Time Low showcased a number of their hits from their Future Hearts album, gave a little treat from their new record Young Renegade and even played a few classic hits which gave them their name - leaving the audience buzzing.

The band had a number of tricks up their sleeves which made the night special. They were funny, bantered with the audience and by the end of the night were having bras thrown at them by admirers.

If you have not got a ticket yet and are an All Time Low fan I highly recommend you do so for one of their remaining 14 tour dates.

Source: Hampshire Chronicle

A few pictures from the show have already been posted in our gallery. The photographers, as usual, are credited in the album description. Check them out!

Posted by Moe on 14 Mar 2017

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