And it’s quiet special!
Earlier this year Baltimore pop-punkers All Time Low released their latest studio album Last Young Renegade via Fueled By Ramen. While a slight more of synth tench to it, the band stayed true to their sound. Today they’ve shared a brand new music video for latest single Good Times. And not only is the track an absolute banger (and probably an insane live performance), the video also captures the spirit of All Time Low.
Inclusiveness is key and most importantly, feeling understood is key. Since their first album up until now, All Time Low continue to release music that is relatable lyrically, especially for those that feel outcast or unheard. Making sure their fans feel free of judgement and loved, and in return the band receive undying love from their following. At their release show in Kingston earlier this year, singer Alex Gaskarth put it fittingly “I feel like you are here for me more than I am for you.”
The video shows a group of friends in their senior year in high-school, having “good times” with their friends, falling in love, and all that teenage magic. But at the same time, pictures the disapproving parents and feeling like you will never get out – until graduation comes around.
At the end the quote “When the night is dark enough the stars shine out.” appears on screen, making the main message clear: no matter how deep your troubles seem, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and that light is usually your friends.
The band said about the video: “We are so proud of this video, of Pat who helped us bring it to life, the small glimpses into amazing lives we see within, and the beautiful, diverse people it represents. Always be exactly who you are, and don’t live in fear of someone else’s judgement. Be brave, be bold, and find your happiness in yourself and the ones you love.”
Check it out below:
And don’t forget, the boys are going on a UK tour next spring!
2018 UK dates:
12 March – SECC, Glasgow
14 March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 March – Genting Arena, Birmingham
16 March – Manchester Arena
17 March – Alexandra Palace, London