Baltimore, MD – June 1, 2012 – Formed in 2003 in Baltimore Maryland, All Time Low has consistently released some of the biggest songs in the pop punk scene.
All Time Low is offering a free download of a new track called ‘The Reckless And The Brave’ at their official web site, AllTimeLow.com. The band teased the release of the track by leaking lyrics and cover art timed with a countdown on their website.
“Long live the reckless and the brave, I don’t think I want to be saved” are the opening lyrics to the song. Singer Alex Gaskarth says, “The song talks about not following the beaten path. There are so many people that sit back and just fall in line with what they think you’re supposed to do; ‘Go to school, go to college, get a job,’ type routine. This song really deals with veering drastically away from that path, and that’s what we did. We all have reservations and fears, ‘Is this gonna work?’ or are we rolling the dice on something that’s not the right thing to do.”
The band will be headlining Warped Tour all summer long and they look forward to playing this song for their fans. “We are singing to our fans, who are all different ages, from all different walks of life, and are all at equally important times to be realizing their place in the world,” guitarist Jack Barakat explained.
Thinking about the next album release and where ‘The Reckless And The Brave’ fits in, drummer Rian Dawson teased, “When I first heard this song, listening to it I said, ‘That’s All Time Low.’ It’s everything we are and stand for shoved into one song. It sets the tone perfectly for the whole record.”
All Time Low are out with the music video for their new single ‘Time-Bomb’, from the Baltimore, Maryland pop punk group’s fourth album ‘Dirty Work’, out now on Interscope. Directed by K. Asher Levin, the theme of the video is not the usual All Time Low video fans would know and expect. The action packed video features the band performing on a Los Angeles roof while a SWAT team tries to stop a guy from saving his girlfriend using an artificial heart he created. The girlfriend is played by actor, Malese Jow, from ‘Vampire Diaries’. Watch and see what happens to the couple as they attempt to make their escape via YouTube below.
All Time Low premiered their new ‘Christmas’ video for ‘Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass’ today on AOL Music, which, according to the band, is an anti-holiday video that’s “tailor-made for your ‘B’ah humbug’ state of mind.” The slightly not safe for work clip features puppets at an office holiday party and bosses with fake German accents. ‘Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass’ is on All Time Low’s latest album, ‘Dirty Work’, available now on iTunes.
All Time Low recently made an appearance on the TBS late night show ‘Conan’ to perform their new single, ‘Time Bomb’, from the band’s latest album release, ‘Dirty Work’. An official video for the single is coming soon. Fans can watch the live Conan performance below.
All Time Low embarked on their headlining ‘The Rise and Fall of My Pants Tour’ with support from The Ready Set, He Is We, and Paradise Fears earlier this week. The tour wraps up November 19th in Poughkeepsie, New York.
All Time Low Tour Dates:
Oct. 30 Iowa City, IA Main Lounge (University of Iowa)
Nov. 1 Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club
Nov. 2 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
Nov. 3 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
Nov. 4 Little Rock, AR Juanita’s Cantina
Nov. 5 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
Nov. 6 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
Nov. 8 Jacksonville Beach, FL Freebird Live
Nov. 9 Gainesville, FL Florida Theater
Nov. 10 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom
Nov. 11 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel
Nov. 12 North Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
Nov. 14 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre
Nov. 15 Norfolk, VA The Norva
Nov. 17 Portland, ME State Theatre
Nov. 18 Providence, RI Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
Nov. 19 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
All Time Low lead singer Alex Gaskarth spoke with QSaltLake about the band’s latest album ‘Dirty Work’, how they are adjusting to being signed to Interscope Records, how their music has changed as the band has matured, having a large following despite not getting much airplay, having the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church protest one of their shows, advice for their gay fans, and more.
“I truly despise groups like that and normally I don’t like to even give them any attention because all they really want is to be in the press. It was really only when they came to our show that we were moved to say something,” Alex said about Fred Phelps and his followers. “That kind of group and hatred certainly are not welcome at our shows. It’s not a good environment.”
All Time Low are out with the music video to their new single ‘I Feel Like Dancin’, off the Baltimore, Maryland pop punk group’s fourth album ‘Dirty Work’, out June 6th on Interscope/DGC/Geffen. Watch the Matt Stawski directed video via Vevo below.
After two years non-stop touring and recording on their DGC/Interscope debut, All Time Low have returned with their new song ‘I Feel Like Dancin’, available digitally now. The track is the lead single from the Baltimore, Maryland group’s major-label debut ‘Dirty Work’, set for release on June 7th.
For ‘I Feel Like Dancin’, frontman Alex Gaskarth teamed up with Rivers Cuomo of Weezer. “I threw it out there as a shot in the dark,” Gaskarth says of approaching Cuomo about the collaboration. “But he responded that he was into the idea. It was a really rad experience.”
During All Time Low’s acoustic set at Best Buy on June 19th in Springdale, Ohio, the band performed ‘Circles’ and ‘Dear Maria, Count Me In’. Watch fan filmed footage via YouTube below.
Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low broke out into ‘Baby’ by Justin Bieber during a meet and greet at the Deptford Mall Hot Topic on June 20th in Deptford, New Jersey after being asked to sing something by the Canadian teen.
Another fan caught footage of the guys singing ‘Weightless’ acoustic at the event after Alex, wearing a Justin Bieber t-shirt, enjoyed some banter with the audience. Watch both clips via YouTube below.
All Time Low frontman Alex Gaskarth checked in with his Twitter followers (@AlexAllTimeLow) this morning after learning their show tonight in Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio won’t happen because their criticism of security at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington last night. Check out fan filmed highlight clips of the show at YouTube. Alex writes:
All Time Low won’t be performing tonight. We showed up– Banned because I stood up for our fans who were victimized by security last night.
And now they’re telling the public that -WE- dropped off the show? Unbelievable. We were told that we “aren’t allowed to perform.”
So to all the folks coming to see us tonight, I’m deeply, deeply sorry; This was not our call.
It’s disgusting to see that a family oriented theme park covers up their flubs by shifting the blame and hiding behind shoddy excuses.
…And as a result, you guys are suffering for it.