I first heard of All Time Low in 2005. I was living in Baltimore and word of The Party Scene was spreading quickly. It didnít hurt that the phenomenal local music scene was helping to spread the fire of the Emerald-Moon records release fueled by venues like The Recher Theater (where All Time Low celebrated the release of their Hopeless Records full-length debut, So Wrong, Itís Right).
Having just graduated from high school, I didnít initially buy into All Time Lowís sound because, at the time, I was heavily invested in blink-182ís self-titled album which had only been out for a year and a half. read more]