Future Hearts: Streaming and magazine



All Time Low has just posted a video in which Jack and Alex are promoting their upcoming Future Hearts, which is currently streaming on Hopeless Records' YouTube channel. Watch the video below.



The band was featured in the new issue of the webzine Route One. A picture from the behind the scenes of the photoshoot and the scans of the magazine were posted in the gallery.


+01 : Autres > Autres twitters
x03 : Magazines > Route One


Posted by Moe on 31 Mar 2015


Tidal Waves: Behind the scenes



All Time Low has posted a video of the behind the scenes of the recording of the song Tidal Waves featuring Blink-182's Mark Hoppus, which they recorded together for the band's upcoming album Future Hearts. Watch the video by clicking the picture below.



Posted by Moe on 29 Mar 2015


Dublin: Update video and pictures



All Time Low has finally posted the update video from their St. Patrick's Day show in Dublin. Watch it below.



I have added many pictures from this show, which were posted by the Olympia Theatre, as well as numerous pictures from the concert in Wembley.




Posted by Moe on 27 Mar 2015


26 March: Latest news of the band



Tonight All Time Low will release a new song off their upcoming album Future Hearts. This song is entitled Tidal Waves and it features Blink-182's Mark Hoppus. To get the song for free, preorder Future Hearts on iTunes.

An update video of the signing session in Birmingham was posted on Youtube, and you can watch it by clicking this link.

Next month, the band will be on the cover of the magazine Rock Sound. Check it out in the gallery.


x01 : Magazines > Rock Sound


Posted by Moe on 26 Mar 2015


Throwback Thursday: Sonisphere 2011



For this week's Throwback Thursday I have added a few pictures from Sonisphere Festival which were taken in 2011.
This week, the video featured on the website is a performance of Do You Want Me (Dead?), which was the opening song in their set that year.






Posted by Moe on 26 Mar 2015


Interview with Jack: Future Hearts, collaborations & Fan Girl



Today, the website Wetpaint Entertainment has posted an interview they did with Jack. In the article, he is talking about touring, the upcoming album Future Hearts, their collaborations with various artists, and also the movie Fan Girl, in which All Time Low will make an appearance. Check it out below.
What can you tell me about the band’s upcoming sixth album, Future Hearts?
Future Hears, obviously we’re very excited about it. I think it’s a little more of a commercially-acceptable and widely-acceptable arena version of Don’t Panic. A lot of the songs are in a similar vein, but I think Don’t Panic had its job of being an album that kind of brought our band back to the roots and back to where we came from and was reminiscent of So Wrong, It’s Right but I compare Future Hearts maybe a little more to Nothing Personal which I’d say was our most commercially-successful album. I think the songs are very catchy, straightforward, pop/rock songs that are easy to listen to and tell a good story.

You’ve got some great collaborations on Future Hearts, can you tell us about those?
It was awesome. The song we did with (Good Charlotte’s) Joel Madden has kind of a Third Eye Blind vibe to it and we thought Joel’s voice would sound awesome on it. The Mark Hoppus (Blink-182) song was actually one we all wrote together then asked Mark to sing on it after the fact because we thought his voice would lend itself to the style of the song.

You guys have been around for over a decade and that’s an accomplishment in the music industry. What keeps you guys together?
I think there’s two parts to keeping your band around for this long. One of them is you have to like each other and get along. You have to respect each other and know each other’s boundaries and know each other’s roles and just be comfortable with what you do and being on the road together. We grew up together and we’ve been through everything together — the good and the bad — and we’ve built such a strong bond that I don’t think anything really, at this point, could tear us apart bandwise. And music-wise, I think you have to know your audience and know your fan base and grow with them and try not to turn their backs on them or do something that would upset them. Write music you know they’re going to like and tell their friends about because, in the end, they’re the people rooting for you. Not the people that haven’t heard your band, it’s the people that love you and love what you do. As long as they’re happy, we’re good.

Tell me more about your movie Fan Girl with Meg Ryan and Kiernan Shipka!
It was a crazy thing. A couple years ago we started getting emails saying a company wanted to write a movie about the band and this girl’s love for the band and her relationship with her mother because of her obsession with this band. We didn’t really take it too seriously because we hear about this stuff all the time and it never comes to fruition, but it started to get more serious and they started to get further along in the production of it. Then we found out Kiernan Shipka was going to be in it and we thought, “Wow, this is a real thing. This is really happening.” Then Meg Ryan got cast in it and we were like, “Wow, this is unbelievable.” Then they asked us to be in it and perform live. We did that for a couple songs and Alex has a couple scenes in the movie. It turned out great and we’re honored to be part of a real, actual movie with successful and great actors and actresses in it.

Working with 5 Seconds of Summer?
It’s kind of an honor to work with a group like them who are just such passionate dudes who grew up listening to our band. It’s wild to see them be so successful, massive, and look up to us. It’s really humbling, it’s nice to hear. We’d love to work with them as much as possible.

It’s crazy being around as long as you guys have been seeing younger bands influenced by your music!
It is crazy! I remember back when we first started getting bigger tours like we ended up touring with Good Charlotte, Yellowcard, and New Found Glory and we’d tell them obviously we loved them and grew up listening to them. They said one day that would happen to us, we’d be that band, and we were like, “Nah. Not true. We don’t believe you.” And now it’s starting to happen and I guess it’s just a crazy little cycle and there’s no stopping it.

Being on tour I’m sure there’s a lot of TV bonding time between you and the guys. What do you guys watch together?
Every Game of Thrones episode we all kind of gather around together. We were all really into Breaking Bad but everyone was all in different parts so it was hard to watch together, but we did watch the finale together. A couple of years ago, back in 2006 when we did our first national tour, we got into Lost. We ended up watching the entire series together, so that was really long journey. We obviously watch a lot of TV on the bus.

How did your Iron Throne photo without pants come about?
We were playing the O2 Arena in London a few weeks ago and they had a Game of Thrones exhibition in part of the venue and we were obviously like, “We’ve got to go. We have to see all these props.” They had all these show props, costumes, and swords — it was unbelievable. Then they had the throne at the end of it. So many people have taken pictures on the throne now I was trying to do it my way and it was the first natural reaction that came to mind.
We actually got pretty close with Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner who play Aria and Sansa Stark. They’ve come to some shows and hung out. They’re the greatest girls and obviously some of the best characters on that show. It’s cool that kind of thing can happen and you can get to meet someone who you constantly watch on TV all the time.


Posted by Moe on 26 Mar 2015


Interview with Jack: Future Hearts, collaborations & Fan Girl



Today, the website Wetpaint Entertainment has posted an interview they did with Jack. In the article, he is talking about touring, the upcoming album Future Hearts, their collaborations with various artists, and also the movie Fan Girl, in which All Time Low will make an appearance. Check it out below.
What can you tell me about the band’s upcoming sixth album, Future Hearts?
Future Hears, obviously we’re very excited about it. I think it’s a little more of a commercially-acceptable and widely-acceptable arena version of Don’t Panic. A lot of the songs are in a similar vein, but I think Don’t Panic had its job of being an album that kind of brought our band back to the roots and back to where we came from and was reminiscent of So Wrong, It’s Right but I compare Future Hearts maybe a little more to Nothing Personal which I’d say was our most commercially-successful album. I think the songs are very catchy, straightforward, pop/rock songs that are easy to listen to and tell a good story.

You’ve got some great collaborations on Future Hearts, can you tell us about those?
It was awesome. The song we did with (Good Charlotte’s) Joel Madden has kind of a Third Eye Blind vibe to it and we thought Joel’s voice would sound awesome on it. The Mark Hoppus (Blink-182) song was actually one we all wrote together then asked Mark to sing on it after the fact because we thought his voice would lend itself to the style of the song.

You guys have been around for over a decade and that’s an accomplishment in the music industry. What keeps you guys together?
I think there’s two parts to keeping your band around for this long. One of them is you have to like each other and get along. You have to respect each other and know each other’s boundaries and know each other’s roles and just be comfortable with what you do and being on the road together. We grew up together and we’ve been through everything together — the good and the bad — and we’ve built such a strong bond that I don’t think anything really, at this point, could tear us apart bandwise. And music-wise, I think you have to know your audience and know your fan base and grow with them and try not to turn their backs on them or do something that would upset them. Write music you know they’re going to like and tell their friends about because, in the end, they’re the people rooting for you. Not the people that haven’t heard your band, it’s the people that love you and love what you do. As long as they’re happy, we’re good.

Tell me more about your movie Fan Girl with Meg Ryan and Kiernan Shipka!
It was a crazy thing. A couple years ago we started getting emails saying a company wanted to write a movie about the band and this girl’s love for the band and her relationship with her mother because of her obsession with this band. We didn’t really take it too seriously because we hear about this stuff all the time and it never comes to fruition, but it started to get more serious and they started to get further along in the production of it. Then we found out Kiernan Shipka was going to be in it and we thought, “Wow, this is a real thing. This is really happening.” Then Meg Ryan got cast in it and we were like, “Wow, this is unbelievable.” Then they asked us to be in it and perform live. We did that for a couple songs and Alex has a couple scenes in the movie. It turned out great and we’re honored to be part of a real, actual movie with successful and great actors and actresses in it.

Working with 5 Seconds of Summer?
It’s kind of an honor to work with a group like them who are just such passionate dudes who grew up listening to our band. It’s wild to see them be so successful, massive, and look up to us. It’s really humbling, it’s nice to hear. We’d love to work with them as much as possible.

It’s crazy being around as long as you guys have been seeing younger bands influenced by your music!
It is crazy! I remember back when we first started getting bigger tours like we ended up touring with Good Charlotte, Yellowcard, and New Found Glory and we’d tell them obviously we loved them and grew up listening to them. They said one day that would happen to us, we’d be that band, and we were like, “Nah. Not true. We don’t believe you.” And now it’s starting to happen and I guess it’s just a crazy little cycle and there’s no stopping it.

Being on tour I’m sure there’s a lot of TV bonding time between you and the guys. What do you guys watch together?
Every Game of Thrones episode we all kind of gather around together. We were all really into Breaking Bad but everyone was all in different parts so it was hard to watch together, but we did watch the finale together. A couple of years ago, back in 2006 when we did our first national tour, we got into Lost. We ended up watching the entire series together, so that was really long journey. We obviously watch a lot of TV on the bus.

How did your Iron Throne photo without pants come about?
We were playing the O2 Arena in London a few weeks ago and they had a Game of Thrones exhibition in part of the venue and we were obviously like, “We’ve got to go. We have to see all these props.” They had all these show props, costumes, and swords — it was unbelievable. Then they had the throne at the end of it. So many people have taken pictures on the throne now I was trying to do it my way and it was the first natural reaction that came to mind.
We actually got pretty close with Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner who play Aria and Sansa Stark. They’ve come to some shows and hung out. They’re the greatest girls and obviously some of the best characters on that show. It’s cool that kind of thing can happen and you can get to meet someone who you constantly watch on TV all the time.


Posted by Moe on 26 Mar 2015


European festivals in August



Within the past few weeks, All Time Low has announced that they will play a few European festivals at the end of the summer along with bands such as Simple Plan, Echosmith and Linkin Park. Today, they have announced that they will be back in Belgium for Pukkelpop.
Check out the dates of the various European festivals they will headline in August below.
20 August 2015: Strand Fesztivál - Zamárdi, Hungary
22 August 2015: Pukkelpop Festival - Hasselt, Belgium
26 August 2015: Belsonic Festival - Belfast, United Kingdom


Posted by Moe on 25 Mar 2015


HMV: Signings and acoustic sets



At the beginning of the week, All Time Low went to four different HMV stores across the United Kingdom for signing sessions or acoustic performances.
Watch the acoustic videos for the new songs Something's Gotta Give and Kids In The Dark below.





Numerous pictures from these appearances were posted and are now available in our gallery.




Posted by Moe on 25 Mar 2015


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