Relationships go to the dogs in All Time Low’s video for ‘Sleeping In’

New All Time Low is heading your way in 3…2…1.

On Thursday (Feb. 20), the Baltimore-founded band unleashed the second official single off their upcoming new album. Titled “Sleeping In,” the three-minute tune made its worldwide debut during Scott Mills’ BBC Radio 1 show.

In a surprising twist (or not because this is All Time Low after all), the foursome released the song’s accompanying music video.

The clip begins with each of the four guys (frontman Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick, and drummer Rian Dawson) getting dumped via text at the same time. Each of them has a short flashback montage about happier times, but it’s still not enough to make them feel better (who would after being dumped through text?).

While mourning, Alex spots a lady walking a dog and gets a brilliant idea. Calling up the others dudes who seem to be in similar funks, they all get together and head to the hottest place in town…an animal shelter.

In the end, each of them goes home with a pet to fill in the void left by their exes (Alex got a pony, Jack got a dog, Zack got a goldfish, and Rian got a cat).

Watch the music video for “Sleeping In” above.

The group joined forces with North Shore Animal League America (NSALA) to help raise money and awareness for no-kill rescue and adoption organizations.

The Max Moore-directed clip was shot on location in Nashville at NSALA shelter partner, MACC. If you want to help the puppers, doggos, kitters, and other exotic pets, you can head on over to Metro Animal Care & Control’s (MACC) website here or just donate to your local animal shelter.

Last week, All Time Low formally announced the release of their eighth studio album, Wake Up, Sunshine. The forthcoming studio effort is due out April 3 through Fueled By Ramen.

Pre-save and pre-order options are currently available on the band’s website. All pre-orders will include an instant grat download of the album’s lead single “Some Kind of Disaster.”

Wake Up, Sunshine is the follow-up to 2017’s Last Young Renegade.


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