All Time Low’s rise to the top of the pop punk mountain has been incredible. From a high school cover band to selling out huge arenas everywhere, they have stepped and taken control of their destiny big time.
Every album has offered something new for the fans and they have taken their musical direction and maturity up a notch with every record that they have come out with. Nothing epitomizes that more than their most recent album “Last Young Renegade.”
All Time Low are special and the fans know that too. The fact they have managed to hold their own in an industry as fiercely competitive as music is a testament to their character and the kind of music they make. Their tracks have become rock club staples everywhere around the globe so imagine what it would be like to see the band in person? If you want to experience that, then this is your chance to grab All Time Low tickets and watch them when they hit the stage live next.
All Time Low was incepted in the year 2003. That was a time when its members were in high school. The band started off by covering songs by other pop punk musical acts like Blink-182. Then in November of 2003, they came out with an EP that contained four songs. A few months later, in 2004, they signed a recording contract with Emerald Mon Records. That was followed by their second EP “The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End EP.”
They then came out with their first studio album titled “The Party Scene” in July of 2005. The record however did not do too well and failed to chart. All Time Low then received another recording contract before they had graduated from high school. This time the record label was Hopeless Records.
That was the time when they were really starting to take music seriously. Then came their next extended play titled “Put Up or Shut Up” in July of 2006. It made quite an impact. The EP peaked at the twentieth spot on the US Independent Albums chart and at the twelfth position on the US Heatseeker Albums charts.
The Second Album
All Time Low then performed at the Vans Warped Tour in the summer of 2007. Their live debut in the United Kingdom came later the same year as a supporting act for Plain White T’s. They released their second studio record titled “So Wrong, It’s Right” on September 25, 2007. The record received a lot of critical acclaim. AllMusic and Alternative Addiction both gave it three stars out of five. Alternative Press and Melodic both gave it three stars out of five.
The album also went on to peak at the sixth spot on the US Billboard Independent Albums chart and at the fourteenth spot on the US Billboard Top Rock Albums chart. It also reached the twelfth position on the US Billboard Alternative Albums chart. So Wrong, It’s Right was certified gold by the RIAA.
They followed the release of the album by going on their inaugural tour as headline acts. The success of So Wrong, It’s Right brought them to the attention of the masses and they soon began to make appearances at different award shows and television programs. Not only that, but they also went on multiple tours and performed at various festivals. Alternative Press labeled All Time Low as “Band of the Year” at the conclusion of the year 2008.
More Success Comes Their Way
All Time Low then hit the studios once again to start work on their next studio album. Recording began in the first part of 2009 and the process was completed in a month. “Nothing Personal” hit the music stores on July 7, 2009 and received a lot of acclaim from the critics. It received three and a half stars out of five from AllMusic, Alternative Press and Melodic.
The commercial reception was more than decent as well. Nothing Personal peaked at the fourth spot on the US Billboard 200. It also captured the top spot on three other Billboard charts namely, the US Alternative Albums chart, the US Independent Albums chart and the US Top Rock Albums chart. On the US Digital Albums chart, the record went as high as the third spot. The record was certified gold in the United Kingdom and the United States both.
All Time Low then hit the road with Fall Out Boy for their “Believers Never Die Tour Part Deux.” They also toured with the likes of Set Your Goals and We the Kings. The band also headlined the Warped Tour in 2009 and performed at the Voodoo Experience. They also went on a tour of Europe in Fall of 2009. Then in November of 2009, they confirmed that they had signed a recording contract with Interscope Records.
What Came Next
All Time Low then came back to the UK and Ireland in the first two months of 2010 as headlining acts on the Kerrang! Tour. They were joined on the trek by Young Guns, My Passion and The Blackout. That was not the end of their journey though as All Time Low performed at various festivals and tours for a big chunk of 2010. They also began work on their next studio album the very same year.
Their next studio album was titled “Dirty Work” and it came out on June 6, 2011. It got three and a half stars from AllMusic while Alternative Press, Kerrang! and Rolling Stone all gave it three stars out of five. The album also peaked at the first spot on the US Billboard Top Rock Albums chart and the US Billboard Alternative Albums chart. Dirty Work also went to the sixth position on the US Billboard 200. Once again All Time Low went on multiple tours over the next few months and spent a lot of time on the road as a result.
Since Dirty Work, they have come out with another three albums, “Don’t Panic,” “Future Hearts” and “Last Young Renegade.” Don’t Panic was released in 2012 and was certified silver in the UK. It also charted at the first spot on the US Billboard Independent Albums chart and at the fourth spot on the US Billboard Top Rock Albums chart. It also charted in multiple countries around the globe.
Future Hearts came out in the year 2015 and it did quite well both critically as well as commercially. The record peaked at the second position on the US Billboard 200 and went to the top of the US Top Rock Albums chart and the US Vinyl Albums chart. It also went number one on the UK Albums chart and the UK Vinyl Albums chart while also charting in other countries around the world.
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Their latest studio album “Last Young Renegade” was released on June 2, 2017 and it received four stars out of five from both AllMusic and Kerrang! It also peaked at the first spot on the US Top Alternative Albums chart and the US Top Rock Albums chart. Last Young Renegade also won a Rock Sound Award for the “Album of the Year.”
They hit the road after the release of the album and performed in various cities all across the US. Countless fans bought All Time Low tour tickets to be a part of the ride. This is what happens every time they hit the road and if you want to join them the next time they do that, then make sure you do not miss out on booking your tickets.