Following Monday’s announcement of their new album Wake Up, Sunshine, All Time Low has returned with the LP’s second single ‘Sleeping In’. The track, which premiered earlier today on Scott Mills’ BBC Radio 1 show, is available to stream and download now: https://fbr.lnk.to/wakeupsunshine
Partnering with North Shore Animal League America (NSALA) to help raise money and awareness for no kill rescue and adoption organisations, All Time Low has also shared an official music video (TK) for the song. The Max Moore directed clip was shot on location in Nashville, TN at NSALA shelter partner, MACC. Fans can donate to NSALA directly through the music video via YouTube Giving: HERE
Wake Up, Sunshine is due for release on April 3rd via Fueled By Ramen, and is available for pre-order now HERE. Fans who pre-order the album will receive instant downloads of ‘Sleeping In’ and lead single ‘Some Kind Of Disaster‘. Exclusive pre-order bundles including vinyl and the band’s very own RISE Brewing Co “Wake Up Sunshine” Nitro Cold Brew Coffee are available in the band’s web-store HERE. This weekend, the group will celebrate the announcement of Wake Up, Sunshine with a pair of intimate sold out shows in the UK, at London’s Garage on Friday and Leeds’ Brudenell Social Club on Monday.
Anticipation for the new album began last month when All Time Low released ‘Some Kind of Disaster’ alongside an official music video, which immediately heightened excitement for WAKE UP, SUNSHINE among fans and press. Within a month, the song has already clocked up over four million streams.
The group went back to the basics (and the basement) for WAKE UP, SUNSHINE. Throughout 2019, the four musicians—Alex Gaskarth
, Jack Barakat [guitar, vocals], Zack Merrick [bass, vocals], and Rian Dawson [drums]—congregated together in Nashville at Rian’s studio and at a Palm Springs rental house. Face-to-face, they wrote and recorded the 15-song affair joined by co-writer, producer, and collaborator Zakk Cervini.
“We got back to how we started,” commented Alex. “It had been a long time since the four of us made a record under one roof. That became a central theme. We’ve been a band for 17 years. Everybody brought something to the table. A lot of what you’re hearing came from those magic moments together.”
Jack concurred, “I think we accomplished something special. By putting our four heads together, we were able to make a classic All Time Low album.”
WAKE UP, SUNSHINE distills two decades of experience into a definitive and dynamic body of work for the band. Welcoming new collaborators into their world, the forthcoming album sees All Time Low teaming up with blackbear on ‘Monsters’ and The Band CAMINO on ‘Favorite Place’ [album art / tracklist below].
Throughout a back catalogue streamed nearly half-a-billion times, All Time Low have continually raised the bar. Since the release of their third album, ‘Dirty Work’ in 2011, the group have had four straight Top 20 entries on the UK Official Album Charts, with 2015’s ‘Future Hearts’ debuting as a #1 album. 2009’s ‘Nothing Personal’, 2012’s ‘Don’t Panic’ and ‘Future Hearts’ are all UK Certified albums – gold, silver and silver respectively, in addition to their two gold album, two gold single and platinum single accolades at home in the US.
After nearly two decades together, All Time Low have rekindled the spark they first ignited in a Baltimore basement on their 2020 full-length studio album, WAKE UP, SUNSHINE. These four lifelong friends walked into a tiny room, plugged in, and turned up with the same spirit, but with more experience, and proficiency gained from performing to millions worldwide. As a result, they‘ve delivered WAKE UP, SUNSHINE, a captivating body of work at the apex of their prowess.
ALL TIME LOW
WAKE UP, SUNSHINE
01. Some Kind of Disaster
02. Sleeping In
03. Getaway Green
04. Melancholy Kaleidoscope
05. Trouble Is
06. Wake Up, Sunshine
07. Monsters feat. blackbear
08. Pretty Venom (Interlude)
09. Favorite Place feat. The Band CAMINO
11. January Gloom (Seasons pt. 1)
13. Glitter & Crimson
14. Summer Daze (Seasons pt. 2)
15. Basement Noise