The pop-punkers of All Time Low have been relatively quiet in the music scene since 2017’s Last Young Renegades, but now, they’re back with a promise of new music and a handful of intimate shows.
Early this morning, the group dropped their new single “Some Kind of Disaster,” along with three tour dates on the East Coast. They’ll play an intimate show at Brighton Music Hall in Boston on January 28, followed by a gig at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom on January 30, and The Ottobar in their hometown of Baltimore on January 31.
“Let’s get REALLY close to each other,” All Time Low said with the announcement, noting that tickets will go on sale at 3 p.m. today ET for only $5.
Last Young Renegades, the group’s seventh studio album, featured tracks like “Drugs and Candy,” “Dirty Laundry,” and “Good Times.” The LP followed 2015’s Future Hearts and Don’t Panic in 2012. They’ve since released singles “Everything Is Fine” and “Birthday,” but haven’t shared news of a new album at this time. “Some Kind of Disaster,” however, is leaving fans wondering if new music is on the way, as the track brings back vibes of their older hits.
For more information about the one-off shows, visit AllTimeLow.com.
See the tour dates below.
All Time Low 2020 Shows
January 28 — Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
January 30 — New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
January 31 — Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar