Hit the replies for snippet of an interview with All Time Low's Alex Gaskarth speaking with Team Rock. He talks a little about how bands should be treating fans and what they should not be doing. Hope he gives the same speech to the band's upcoming tour mates.
So sending pictures, asking for pictures, sending texts, whatever you may be doing—that’s not what this was ever about. It’s about forming relationships through your music, not the things that come along with music. It’s a difficult thing to deal with, especially for some of these younger bands who are personally not sure what they’re going through yet, as well. Speaking from personal experience, we were dorks in high school; we...
Last week I traveled to one of my favorite Philly venues, the Skyline Stage at the Mann Center, to check out All Time Low's Future Hearts Tour. The outdoor venue was met with perfect weather and a great crowd. Check out our photos and a review in the replies!
The show had witty banter, a teletubbie, an engagement, cover songs, a birthday celebration, and a ton of fans on stage. You can't ask for a better night than that. Bravo, All Time Low. Bravo.
All Time Low are featured on this week's edition of Billboard's "Alt In Our Stars" podcast. Also, album chart update: Future Heartswill move over 70k copies, good enough for #2 on the charts -- both will be career-highs.
All Time Low's second song from their new album will be "Kids in the Dark," Amazon has it listed at both March 10th and April 7th for release. A low-quality clip of the song has appeared on Youtube and is in the replies.
Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low was one of many whofound it odd that Chris Brown was in the audience at the Grammys last night ... especially after President Obama's video in support of the "It's On Us" campaign aired. Chris Brown then responded to Alex on Twitter in a since deleted message.
2. Kicking & Screaming
3. Something's Gotta Give
4. Kids In The Dark
6. Missing You
7. Cinderblock Garden
8. Tidal Waves
9. Don't You Go
10. Bail Me Out
11. Dancing With A Wolf
12. The Edge Of Tonight
13. Old Scars/Future Hearts
Deadline is reporting All Time Low will lend music and appear as themselves in the upcoming film Fan Girl.
Mad Men‘s Kiernan Shipka has been joined by Meg Ryan and Moonrise Kingdom‘s Kara Hayward in Fan Girl, about a 15-year-old post-Millennial teen who lives for making movies and idolizing her favorite band. Given only a few days to complete a final film project, she comes up with an idea that could bring her two passions together.
The latest designs from Amerrickan, the "lifestyle clothing company from the creative mind of All Time Low bassist Zack Merrick," are available now via Hot Topic and for a limited time include a signed poster with proof of purchase.