Long Live the Reckless and the Brave...Long Live All Time Low

I’m not sure how our website got to be six months old without me talking about All Time Low, but, have no fear, I’m about to remedy that. It's Alex Gaskarth's birthday and I want to celebrate one of my favourite singers!

Rian, Alex (the birthday boy!), Jack, and Zack

Rian, Alex (the birthday boy!), Jack, and Zack

Started by four friends in Baltimore about twelve years ago, All Time Low has since become one of the biggest names in the pop-punk scene. With six full length albums under their belt (I shall forever be devastated that their 2005 debut, The Party Scene, had a limited release so I don’t own a physical copy), a handful of EPs, a number of songs on compilation albums, a guest appearance in a movie, one hilarious live DVD, and a ridiculous touring schedule, the boys in All Time Low are some of the hardest working fellows around, and I’m glad they’re finally getting the mainstream recognition they deserve. 

I could talk about my favourite ATL songs/photos/videos for ages, but instead, I’ll give you a few of their best moments (in my opinion).

That time they opened the Alternative Press Music Awards with a medley of songs

Buzznet bloopers parts 1 and 2

Their collaboration with Vic Fuentes of Pierce the Veil for one of the greatest songs (and music videos) ever

When they dressed up like Katy Perry

All of Straight to DVD (seriously, just go watch it)

Bonus: When Alex did an interview with You Me At Six’s Josh Franceschi and hilarity ensued