Watch All Time Low bring their live show to the small screen in ‘Afterglow’

The last year was a busy one for the guys of All Time Low between nonstop touring, releasing a new album, a wedding, and more, so it’s not that surprising that things have been a little quiet over there. On Wednesday (April 25), the Baltimore-based band sort of returned when they released the live music video for their song, “Afterglow.” Taking to social media the day before the video’s debut, the band posted a message urging their Hustlers (name of their fan club) to log in for a special surprise.

Less than 12 hours after giving the gift to their fan club members first, the music video for the closing track on Last Young Renegade was released to the general public. The four-minute clip has a simple premise;  live shots of the group performing at the Alexandria Palace in London. Though most of the video features the band performing, it also incorporated footage of them behind-the-scenes as well as their fans.

“We released a live video for ‘Afterglow’ last night, shot at Alexandria Palace in London. We let it trickle out through our fan-club first, so if you missed the memo, go check it out now,” the band posted on Twitter. Watch the clip above.

“Afterglow” is featured on All Time Low’s most recent album, Last Young Renegade. The record, the group’s seventh studio album, was released back in June of 2017 and quickly landed at the number nine spot on Billboard‘s 200 chart selling 33,000 units in its first week.

This summer, All Time Low will continue their nonstop touring schedule with a set at Lollapalooza and a handful of dates on the final Vans Warped Tour.

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