Hopeless Records‘ nonprofit subsidiary, Sub City Records (get it?) is working with New Directions For Youth in Los Angeles, to build Sub City Studios. The nonprofit will educate teens about various instruments, as well as teaching them the ins and outs of recording, producing, and marketing. Besides the nice feeling you’ll get from helping out a great cause, the label is offering a ton of great rewards including signed and rare merch from Yellowcard, Taking Back Sunday, and Bayside, to a writing session with Bert McCracken of The Used, and meet and greets with All Time Low and Silverstein. Check out the campaign’s video below, and pledge here. (more…)
Pop punk act All Time Low is currently headlining the ‘Spring Fever’ Tour with Pierce The Veil and Young Statues. When not standing on stage in front of large venues and small arenas, the guys in ATL like to perform intimate acoustic sets for fans, and one such performance has found its way online.
Recently, frontman Alex Gaskarth and crew was captured performing a simple rendition of the deep album cut “Backseat Serenade.” While the video itself is less than desired, the audio captured is pristine and deserving of your time. Click below and enjoy a pop punk ballad.
Pro-Tip: If you see something awesome happening at a concert and feel the need to grab your phone, turn it horizontal. Vertical video looks weird. (more…)
Details are still coming in, but from what we have been able to confirm a bomb threat was called into The Electric Factory in Philadelphia amidst last night’s performance of the ‘Spring Fever’ tour featuring All Time Low, Pierce The Veil, and You Me At Six. Though no one was injured and the show was eventually allowed to go on, things were stopped temporarily while authorities looked into the legitimacy of the allegations. You can view a series of tweets from one crew members on the tour explaining the situation below.
Bombs threats are, obviously, no joke. If you ever find yourself at a concert or festival when such threats are called in, follow instructions and comply with the requests of organizers. Panic in these situations can turn nothing into something quickly, and no one deserves to have a concert turn into a terrible memory, (more…)
After rumors of a monster tour that would include All Time Low, Pierce The Veil, Mayday Parade and You Me At Six have made the rounds on various sites and message boards, the news has finally been confirmed. The four bands will hit the road for a two month North American tour beginning April 11.
“This tour was a long time in the making for all of us,” said Pierce The Veil lead singer Vic Fuentes. “All of the bands have crossed paths over the years at festivals and random shows, but we’ve never been together in one place at the same time, on the same stage. We are all long time friends and we cannot wait for the inevitable chaos that will ensue on the Spring Fever Tour.”
It’s time to ring in the new year! 2012 has just about come to a close, and though it was a year that brought us everything from the sensational “Call Me Maybe,” to new Taylor Swift videos, we’re ready to welcome 2013 with a fistful of brand new tunes. Check out this party playlist of must-haves for any New Year’s Eve and get dancing.
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A few days ago we brought you the stream of All Time Low‘s latest single, Outlines. Today, we’re upping the ante by presenting you with a full stream of Don’t Panic.
Although the album’s scheduled release isn’t until Oct. 9, All Time Low decided to let the world in on what many are calling their best album to date a little early. You can check out the album stream, complete with animation and lyrics, below.
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