All Time Low Are Streaming Their Nothing Personal Documentary Tonight
To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their breakthrough album Nothing Personal, All Time Low have announced that they’ll be streaming a very special new documentary this evening (November 7).
From 10pm UK time, the Baltimore pop-punks’ It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute film will be unveiled over on Twitch ahead of the release of the re-recorded album tomorrow.
Speaking to Kerrang! about the documentary, frontman Alex Gaskarth detailed what it was like having a camera crew in their faces as they re-recorded the material on Nothing Personal.
“It was very odd to have those cameras in our faces!” he said. “It takes you out of the moment because you’re trying not to break the fourth wall, and it kind of feels like being in a zoo, only it’s one where thousands of people are going to watch you from the comfort of their homes! We tried our absolute best to not let it affect us, but it’s a vulnerable situation to be in when you’re trying to play every note perfectly. We’ve been filmed playing before, so it wasn’t quite a baptism of fire, but it was definitely a different experience for us. I’m glad we did it, though – it was super fun to be back at Red Bull Studios, which is where we originally recorded the bulk of Nothing Personal. It was nice to revisit those memories.”
When asked if it felt strange for the band to be the subject of a documentary, he joked, “No, because we all love talking about ourselves! (Laughs) It was a bit surreal, sure, but we’re not doing this for us. As cheesy as it may sound, we’ve done this as a thank you to all the people who have supported us over the past 10 years. Above all else, this is for the fans.”
Check out the trailer for It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute below:
Catch All Time Low celebrating 10 years of Nothing Personal live at the following:
16 Los Angeles, CA
20 Chicago, IL
27 Sayreville, NJ
The Last Young Renegade experience left All Time Low feeling unsure of their future. A break from the band offered its members renewed perspectives, but before they could move forward, they needed to reconnect with who they truly are.
A Day To Remember’s live dates in Leeds, Hatfield, Nottingham and Cardiff will no longer be happening.