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


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.

All Time Low’s Future Hearts Tour to Hit Canada

Get ready Canada because the boys of All Time Low are heading your way this Fall.

A few weeks after wrapping up the North American leg of their Future Hearts tour, All Time Low have announced they will be heading to Canada to give their Canadian Hustlers a little love of their own.

The new leg of the tour will begin on Sept. 17 in Portland, ME (yes, we know a United States city) before heading north of the border to Metrpolis in Montreal on Sept. 18. The short tour will then wrap up at the Vogue Theater in Vancouver almost two weeks later on Sept. 27.

The list of upcoming tour dates can be seen below, so if you’re a Canadian Hustler, it might be a good idea to get your tickets now because several U.S. dates were sold out in no time.


All Time Low Bring Their ‘Future Hearts’ to Boca Raton


Driving down a long, winding road surrounded by trees, the first thought to pop into your head would probably be “where exactly is this Sunset Cove Amphitheater?”

Past a golf course with a range, a school, and a dog park, a clearing with a shelter and lines of port-a-potties will appear right on the edge of a body of water. A scenic view, not something you’d expect for a concert venue.

Beyond the iron gates, the sun could be seen beginning to set, giving the impression that it had been nothing but a clear day in the city of Boca Raton.

That was not the case a few hours earlier, when the gates first opened and a torrential downpour threatened the rock show that was about to take place.

By the time the supporting acts of the evening State Champs, Tonight Alive, and Issues had taken the stage, South Florida had decided to give the rain a break and allow a clear evening sky for All Time Low to give their fans a part of their (future) hearts.

After a long set change, which required the crew to moving  all show equipment far from the edge of the stage in the event Florida weather decided to strike again, the stage lights turned dark signaling that the Baltimore-based band were ready to kick off the show.

The set opened up with “Satellite,” the first track off of their recently released album, Future Hearts. After the mellow song played out, they quickly launched into “The Irony of Chocking on a Lifesaver” off of 2013’s Don’t Panic followed by “In Stereo” and “Stella” both from 2011’s Nothing Personal.

After “Stella,” frontman Alex Gaskarth thanked the fans on behalf of the band for sticking around after the horrible rain they endured. He admitted that for a while, he thought the vast majority of the audience would have left due to the terrible weather.

Apparently, he underestimated the dedication of their “Hustlers.”

They continued with tracks like “Six Feet Under the Stars” which ended up with a large potion of the audience participating in a circle pit followed by “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t),” and “Runaways,” another new track from Future Hearts.

As Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat spoke to the audience, they noticed there was a guy holding a sign, asking the band to help him ask a girl out to prom; you know, a promposal. Instead, Gaskarth jokingly asked the girl to go with him, but sadly, the girl not only turned the singer down, but also the guy.


Barakat quickly tried to turn the embarrassing moment into one that was funny by telling the audience about this story someone had told him earlier in the day. The story went that if you took off all your clothes and stood naked outside, the rain could not touch you.

For anyone familiar with Barakat and Gaskarth, both act like permanent teenage boys.

As he finished the story, the audience quickly erupted in a “get naked” chant. Nothing came from that, so they continued onto the next song on the list, “Weightless.”

As “Weightless” ended, thing went quiet for a bit.

Gaskarth emerged from the back with an acoustic guitar to play the acoustic song “Therapy” also from Nothing Personal. Once the slow song was over, the other three band members (Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick, and drummer Rian Dawson) returned and played “Missing You,” another song from Future Hearts which the band has repeatedly stated is their favorite on the record.

They quickly continued down the list with “Reckless and the Brave” and “Love Like War.” “Love Like War” originally features vocals from Pierce the Veil’s Vic Fuentes, but this version was given a special twist when Tonight Alive frontwoman, Jenna McDougall, came on stage to take over Fuentes’ parts.

As the song ended Gaskarth hugged McDougall and the band began “Backseat Serenade” followed by “Time-Bomb,” but this version of the Dirty Work song was different.

Before beginning, the band decided they wanted to bring some fans on stage to assist with the song. When they announced their plan, the crowd went crazy with everyone from the back to the front, trying to get the band members’, and their security’s, attention.

Somehow, they managed to have too many females on the stage (who were too busy taking selfies/videos) and Barakat started to complain there weren’t “enough penises” on stage. Eventually, they got the right balance and launched into the song.

Maybe the microphones weren’t plugged in or the fans couldn’t remember all the words, but the only vocals heard were Gaskarth’s.

With a quick shout out to some members of hometown band New Found Glory who were in the crowd (All Time Low’s name comes from a NFG song), they started on their last official song of the evening, “Something’s Gotta Give.”

Once the song wrapped, the band headed backstage and soon after, the “ONE MORE SONG” chants began. But the band didn’t give them just one more song; they gave them a total of four.

The encore began with “Kids in the Dark,” a fitting title considering everyone in the crowd at that moment were “kids in the dark.” They followed the new song up with “Jasey Rae,” an oldie, but a goodie they always dedicate to their longtime fans.

A surprise to the setlist came when they played Blink-182’s “All the Small Things.” At first, it seemed like they would just play the intro, but then they launched into the full song. As they wrapped, Barakat joked that it was a song they “just wrote” and had no idea how the audience knew the words.

But as everyone laughed at the joke, it soon became apparent the night was wrapping up. There was only one song left on the encore set list. The song that launched them from MySpace sweethearts to the band whose new album landed at the number two spot on the Billboard 200; “Dear Maria, Count Me In.”

Earlier in the week, the RIAA had revealed that the 2007 song had reached platinum status, quite a feat for a bunch of goofy guys from Maryland.

As the song wrapped, confetti was blasted into the air signaling the end of the show. As confetti rained down on the fans, as opposed to the rain from a couple of hours earlier, Barakat, who was rocking a hot pink frilly bra during the song, could be seen through the screen of smoke and paper dancing along to Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” as the audience members began to shuffle their way out the gates. Soon, the house lights came on, signaling the end of the South Florida stop of the “Future Hearts Tour.”

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Stream All Time Low’s ‘Future Hearts’

Happy Future Hearts day, Hustlers!

If you didn’t already know, today marks the official release date for All Time Low’s new studio album, Future Hearts. Sadly, not all of us are lucky enough to be able to hear the album completely yet and it appears like the band knows that because the full album is currently streaming on YouTube.

But, you don’t have to go to YouTube to hear the new record which features previously released tracks like “Something’s Gotta Give,” “Kids in the Dark,” “Runaways,” and “Tidal Waves,” all you need to do is press the play button below and listen.

In support of the new album which we are sure is going to sell a lot, the band will be heading out on their “Future Hearts Tour” beginning next Wednesday, April 15, at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA.

If you haven’t purchased your ticket for your town’s stop, we might suggest that you do so quickly, though we haven’t done so for our stop yet. The complete list of tour stops can be seen here.

All Time Low Give Fans a Mark Hoppus “Tidal Wave”


Happy Friday Hustlers, and casual All Time Low listeners.

The band is celebrating the gates to the weekend by releasing another new track from their upcoming new record, Future Hearts.

The difference between this week’s new track and the other three they have previously released is the presence of a familiar face, or better yet a familiar voice; Mark Hoppus.

The godfather of the pop-punk genre lends his voice to the mellower track which plays the fourth single from the Baltimore band’s impending record.

Check out the song below.

“Tidal Waves” will join previously released tracks, “Something’s Gotta Give,” “Kids in the Dark,” and “Runaways on Future Hearts. Future Hearts will officially be released on April 7 through Hopeless Records.

Don’t forget, like you could, All Time Low will be hitting the road this Spring in support of the new album. Get tickets to their shows before they sell out. Full tour dates can be seen here.

Stream All Time Low’s “Runaways”


After wrapping up what can arguably be some of the biggest shows of their career this past week, All Time Low are following up the momentous occasion by releasing another new song from their upcoming new record.

The new song is titled “Runaways” and will be the third track from Future Hearts to get the streaming treatment. Check out the full version of the song below, exclusively through MTV.

“Runaways” joins previously released tracks “Kids in the Dark” and lead single “Something’s Gotta Give” on Future Hearts, which is set to drop on April 7 through Hopeless Records.

The Baltimore boys will head out on tour immediately after the album’s released. Their “Future Hearts Spring Tour” begins on April 15 at The Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA and will wrap up at the Pier Six Pavilion in their hometown on May 24.

The full list of tour stops can be found here.

All Time Low Give the “Kids in the Dark” a Big Paint Party in New Video

It’s been less than 24 hours since All Time Low dropped their latest single from their upcoming album, and now we have the official music video for it.

Last night, Hopeless Records, the boys’ label, had posted that the music video for “Kids in the Dark” would be released on Thursday, but we guess the label (and fans) couldn’t wait those last couple of days and decided to release it early.

The video begins with a lonely girl listening to her parents arguing hoping for an escape. As luck will have it, she receives an invitation from a group called “the kids in the dark” to escape the drama to a massive neon paint party.

Check out the video below and tell us you don’t want to go to a neon paint party with the dudes of All Time Low.

“Kids in the Dark” is the second single off of the Baltimore band’s sixth studio album Future Hearts due out on April 7.

All Time Low are “Kids in the Dark” on New Song

After teasing a new song over the weekend on Twitter, All Time Low have dropped a second new song from their upcoming new album, Future Hearts.

The new song, which was revealed during the teasers online is titled “Kids in the Dark.”

Check out the song on iTunes or here while the band participate in a “Twitter Listening Party” with their followers.

“Kids in the Dark” joins previous single, “Something’s Gotta Give” on Future Hearts. The new album, the Baltimore based band’s sixth studio album, is due out on April 7 through Hopeless Records.

In support of the album, All Time Low will be heading out on their Future Hearts tour which is slated to begin on April 15 in Lowell, MA at The Tsongas Center. The tour will then wrap up in the boys’ hometown of Baltimore on May 24 at the Pier Six Pavilion. Tickets for that tour are currently available on the band’s website alongside the album pre-orders.

All Time Low Announce U.S. Headlining Tour Dates

We originally thought that All Time Low were going to hold off the announcement of their upcoming tour dates with Tonight Alive, State Champs, and Issues, but it looks like the band have gone ahead and given us the full list of tour stops.

You can all start dancing around now.

The U.S. headlining tour will begin on April 15 at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA and travel clear across the country before wrapping up in the boys’ hometown of Baltimore at the Pier Six Pavilion on May 24.

Check out the full tour schedule below.


4/15 – Lowell, MA – The Tsongas Center
4/16 – Bethlehem, PA – Sands Bethlehem Event Center
4/17 – West Long Branch, NJ – MAC Center at Monmouth University
4/18 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
4/20 – North Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
4/21 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
4/23 – Boca Raton, FL – Sunset Cove Amphitheater
4/24 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues
4/25 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade Music Park
4/27 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
4/28 – Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom
4/29 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits
5/01 – Tempe, AZ – The Marquee
5/02 – Anaheim, CA – City National Grove
5/03 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
5/04 – San Jose, CA – City National Civic
5/05 – Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo
5/08 – Salt Lake City, UT – SaltAir
5/09 – Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium
5/10 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater
5/11 – St Paul, MN – Myth Live Event Center
5/13 – Columbus, OH – The LC Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheater
5/14 – St Louis, MO – The Pageant
5/15 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
5/16 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom
5/17 – Plymouth, MI – Compuware Arena
5/19 – Rochester, NY – Main Street Armory
5/21 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE (Outdoors)
5/22 – Philadelphia, PA – Skyline Stage at the Mann Center
5/23 – New York, NY – JBL Live at Pier 97
5/24 – Baltimore, MD – Pier Six Pavilion

Tickets for those in the band’s Hustlers fan club will be able for purchase beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 14 while general tickets will go on sale beginning this Friday, Jan. 16.

All Time Low’s new album, Future Hearts will be released on April 7.

Watch the “Something’s Gotta Give” Video


After dropping their new song (and it getting removed from YouTube almost as fast) All Time Low confirmed that the official music video for “Something’s Gotta Give” would premiere last night and it did, unless you live on the East Coast (we would consider that early this morning).

Leaving fans glued to their computer screens. Hopeless Records finally released the group’s music video which features Alex dressed in the Slappy Joe’s french fry costume. You know, the one from that teaser that was released?

Now, why would someone be scared of Alex in a funny costume, you need to watch the video to see.

All Time Low’s new album, Future Hearts will officially be released on April 7 with pre-orders already available for those who would like to order it.

But that’ snot all that was revealed last night. Last week, ATL revealed in an interview they would be heading out on a huge Spring tour with Issues and Tonight Alive, but we’e still waiting for those tour dates to be unveiled.