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All Time Low return with brand-new single, Once In A Lifetime

All Time Low follow up 2020 album Wake Up, Sunshine with a song about loss and dealing with loss”, Once In A Lifetime.

After teasing a brand-new single last week, All Time Low have now returned with their first new music since 2020 album Wake Up, Sunshine, the dark but typically anthemic and infectious Once In A Lifetime.

Of the single – which was written with Wake Up, Sunshine collaborators Zakk Cervini and Andrew Goldstein – frontman Alex Gaskarth explains, Once In A Lifetime is a song about loss and dealing with loss, facing harsh realities and coming out the other side stronger for it.

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We wrote this song in bleaker times, in a world still asleep at the wheel that left us all relearning how to navigate the uncertain roads ahead, but ultimately there is a hopeful undertone to the entire sentiment,” he continues. Things can only be so bad and once it’s over, it’s over; there’s room to start rebuilding. This song feels like it’s cut from the same cloth as [chart-topping 2020 single] Monsters: a progression and continued evolution from the celebration of All Time Low that was Wake Up, Sunshine.”

Check it out below:

The official music video is also going live from 9pm UK time – so keep your eyes peeled right here:

Catch All Time Low at the following UK dates later this year:


22 London O2 Academy Brixton
23 London O2 Academy Brixton
26 Manchester O2 Apollo
27 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
28 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom

Read this: All Time Low albums ranked by Alex Gaskarth

Posted on March 24th 2021, 1:00p.m.
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