Pop punk outfit All Time Low has been lifting fans sky high with their emo-tinged anthems and pulse-pounding live performances ever since forming in 2003. In concert the band is all adrenaline-fueled energy, cavorting around the stage as they tear through upbeat sets of their catchy tunes. Frontman Alex Gaskarth and bassist Zack Merrick deliver pitch-perfect vocals as lead guitarist Jack Barakat dances around with his wireless axe, creating a frenetic dynamic that’s mirrored by the pogoing crowd. Whether they’re issuing soaring harmonies on “Lost in Stereo” or shouting out to all the misfits in the crowd with “Kids in the Dark”, All Time Low always bring first-rate musicianship, heart-on-sleeve emotion, and unbridled energy to the stage on tour.
All Time Low formed in Baltimore in 2003 while its four members were in high school. They cut their teeth playing covers of bands like Blink-182, and in 2004 they released an EP of original material titled The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End. They followed up in 2005 with their debut album The Party Scene, an auspicious collection that earned them a deal with Hopeless Records. The quartet spent their senior year working on the 2006 EP Put Up or Shut Up, which made good on its title with a Top 20 appearance on both the Independent Albums and Top Heatseeker Albums charts. Amid extensive touring the band continued their rise with 2007 sophomore album So Wrong, It’s Right, which peaked at No. 14 on the Mainstream Rock chart. Since then the band has reached No. 1 on that chart with three albums, including 2015’s critically acclaimed Future Hearts. In addition to their commercial success the band remains a touring juggernaut, putting in tireless hours on the road with appearances on the Vans Warped Tour and performances at high-profile festivals around the world.