It’s been 10 years since the pop-punkers of All Time Low released their breakthrough record Nothing Personal, and now, they have to celebrate.
“Hey all, it’s been 10 years since Nothing Personal came out, and you know what? It’s Still Nothing Personal. Get it? Ok good,” the band said in an announcement this afternoon.
The 10th anniversary shows will kick-off in Los Angeles, followed by a gig in Chicago before wrapping-up in Sayreville, New Jersey. At this time, venues have not been announced.
Nothing Personal, which was released back in 2009, features smash-hit singles like “Weightless” and “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t),” as well as fan-favorite ballads “Walls” and “Therapy.” The 12-track record also includes party anthems “Hello, Brooklyn” and “Lost In Stereo.” Nothing Personal is their third studio record, preceded by So Wrong, It’s Right and their debut Put Up or Shut Up.
In the announcement, the band noted that they went back to Red Bull Studios in LA to revisit the making of the album and are releasing a tribute album this November, dubbed It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute. While there, All Time Low said they “filmed the entire recording process and checked in with a few familiar faces for a documentary about the album.” The tribute record will drop November 8.
Since Nothing Personal, All Time Low has gone on to become a staple within the pop-punk community, releasing Dirty Work, Don’t Panic, and Future Hearts. In 2017, they released one of their most vulnerable and mature records to date, Last Young Renegade, which features “Dirty Laundry,” “Drugs and Candy,” and “Ground Control” with Tegan and Sara. They have since dropped a pair of singles: “Everything Is Fine” and “Birthday.”
Check out the upcoming 10th anniversary shows below.
All Time Low Nothing Personal 10th Anniversary Shows
December 16 — Los Angeles, CA
December 20 — Chicago, IL
December 27 — Sayreville, NJ