All Time Low bring Last Young Renegade to FL
Partyin’ like it’s our birthday with All Time Low (lame joke… we had to!)
Photos by Gianna Haley
We caught up with All Time Low in Florida at Jannus Live for a night of sweaty fun. One of pop punk’s biggest and funniest bands are on the road supporting their newest release Last Young Renegade.
Like every genre, pop punk has certainly experienced its share of changes over the years.
Since it’s heyday back in the 2000’s, pop punk has seen a major shift in the bands that make up the sub-genre of punk rock.
However, there’s a handful of bands who have outlasted the shift; case in point: All Time Low.
In 2003, All Time Low were just a high school band from Baltimore, who in 2004, released their debut EP entitled The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End.
Fast forward to 2017, and that same band now has seven studio albums under their belts, as well as two Live DVD’s.
They don’t show any sign of slowing down anytime soon either. They’ve appeared on festivals, they’ve served as the opening act for their own musical heroes, and they’ve been the headliner.
With a new record label behind them (ATL made the switch from Hopeless Records to Fueled by Ramen earlier this year) and the release of their latest album, Last Young Renegade out now, All Time Low are currently headlining their own tour.
Their stop in St. Petersburg, FL was complete with large balls for the crowd to pass around, Taco Bell devotions, and crowd favorites from the latest record.
Opening up the night was multi-instrumentalist and producer gnash. The singer/songwriter/DJ/literally everything is from LA’s multi-cultural scene, an area where every artist has to dabble in a bit of everything to make it. The perfect opener for All Time Low, who also likes to dabble in a bit of everything as musicians, though their roots are forever in pop punk.
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