All Time Low Have Released A New Single, Some Kind Of Disaster
All Time Low are back! Following several online teasers suggesting their might be new material on the way, the Baltimore pop-punks have just unveiled a brand-new single and video, Some Kind Of Disaster.
Discussing the band’s first new music in over a year, frontman Alex Gaskarth says: “The Young Renegades are no more… Reintroducing your favourite disaster, All Time Low. We took a step away for a minute – did some growing, did some soul searching, some healing… Now we’re back and ready to be all yours again, our battle scars worn proudly, and our hair looking better than ever. (It’s best if you just agree.) We’ve missed you all so much and we’re so excited for what comes next. Feels like we’ve been keeping secrets from you for way too long… Been hard to keep our mouths shut, honestly. It’s a song and dance we’ve done a thousand times before, but this one feels extra-good. Besides, it’s never the same dance twice. Hope you dig this new song as much as we do… After all, it’s all for you.”
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Check out Some Kind Of Disaster below:
Yup, very excited about what else is to come now.
But what else do we know already about the follow-up to 2017’s Last Young Renegade? Well, while frontman Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat were also busy last year with side-projects (Simple Creatures and WhoHurtYou), All Time Low did begin working on fresh material in the summer.
“We are kicking music around, we are sending ideas back and forth, we are starting to get into the nitty gritty of it,” Alex told Kerrang! back in May 2019.
“I think in the summer… there’s going to be a nice window of time for all four of us get together, get in a room and start looking at the demos I’ve written, and breaking those down.
“Also, just start writing as the four of us again, and figuring out what the next version of All Time Low is going to sound like, which is super-exciting right now. Coming off the tail-end of Last Young Renegade, which was a little pocket universe of a record for us, I think it will be really cool to break out of that and kinda get back into what makes All Time Low, All Time Low, and figuring out what that is in 2019/2020.”
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