Superlative synthesisers, supreme spirit and sublime summer sounds. All Time Low’s snappily tempted track ‘Everything Is Fine’ prospects patterns of fooling succour and false self belief beaming groove, grit and gravity that pulls a political, if not personal reality into a mildly pop-punk yet moreover responsible rock landscape. Setting out on the ‘Summer Ever After’ tour trailing and travelling with championing alt quartet support crooners Dashboard Confessional and Hip Hop…

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Pop-rock potatoes to the kings and queens of rock ‘n’ roll shows. Panic! At The Disco and All Time Low’s affiliated artistry is thriving through traditional productiveness, with the Baltimore band blooming through their atmospheric ‘Afterglow’ music video. Parallel to an untraditional strategy by Las Vegas label residents representing the carbohydrate clan, distributing concealed clues to unsuspecting super fans. Leaving a tour trailing in the past as another is in…

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They say love you’s are meaningful moments and are hard honesties to admit, but the rate Alex Gaskarth was throwing them around was like speaking a fluent language. Adolescent antics of nipple tissue showing tantalising tantrum throwing with additions of alcoholic beverages waving aimlessly in the air by underage looking adults amongst the audience, All Time Low was six feet under the poppin’ production and stellar sounds of exultant ecstatic elements and reminiscent ravenous rock…

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‘Happy Holidays, You Bastard’ and ‘Merry Christmas Kiss My Ass’ the pinnacles of a Yuletide pop-punk playlist. From Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds southern chimes of ‘Red Right Hand’ to the pompous persona of ‘Choke’, a synth spin off project of Dallon Weeks/Ryan Seaman, all wrapped up by a Fleetwood Mac heritage classic tied together with a My Everything Grande ribbon. The best playlist present in a festive 2017…

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All Time Low, more like All Time High. The Baltimore band have let the Last Young Renegade saga exsist evermore, with their next visual piece for track number four “Good Times” making it’s debut midday yesterday. Alex Gaskarth, frontman of the four piece took to his 1.8 million Twitter followers during the dawn of the music video to say “Good morning! Standby. xo” as a follow up pre-warning to all…

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