All Time Low get help from fans for “Missing You” video

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Last week,  All Time announced that they would be releasing a music video for their track “Missing You.” On Tuesday (April 5), the Baltimore-based band unveiled the five-minute clip which finds the four guys video chatting with some of their fans from around the world. The video kicks off with a note describing the primary topic of the video. “In February 2016, All Time Low sat down to surprise video chat some of their fans from all over the world…” says the graphic.

As with any fan who gets the chance to speak with their favorite musician, they are shocked and elated at first. after the initial surprise, the guys begins by thanking those lucky recipients for being fans of the band and then ask when they first heard about the group. Eventually, the chats do get a little deep as the fans do express what the band means to them and all the times that ATL’s music has help them through sticky situations.

The song, which might be the most serious track on their recently released album, Future Hearts has been a favorite of the band. In several interviews, they have spoken about how it was by far their favorite, unanimously, from the album. Check out the music video for “Missing You.”

All Time Low is currently in the middle of a long-awaited break. The Baltimore band spent much of 2015 on the road in support of Future Hearts. As of now, they have been confirmed as one of the many bands to take the stage during the 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards. Like last year’s awards, frontman Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat will hold down the fort at the hosts of the show.

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