On March 17th All Time Low bring their world tour to Ally Pally, their first UK tour since the release of their critically acclaimed album “Last Young Renegade”. The album, which entered the UK Top 10 upon its release, was named Album of the Year at the 2017 Rock Sound Awards.
Ahead of the show we asked lead-vocalist Alex Gaskarth to compile the ultimate pre-show playlist, ten tracks guaranteed to get you ready for a headline set at one of London’s most iconic venues.
Tickets for All Time Low are on sale now.
“What’s not to love about the Clash? They pretty much originated the genre of music I grew up on, so they belong on here!”
“She’s a newer artist I’ve been really into, bringing some darker sensibilities to the alt/pop world.”
“These guys just keep finding ways to make cool, relevant music, years into their career and this is the perfect example.”
“This album was probably my number 1 in 2017, and the single resonates still.”
“I was lucky enough to help write this song, so I’m a bit biased, but I think these guys continue to grow into one of the best bands in the genre.”
“Come on, it’s Prince.”
“These guys delivered a really interesting, different record, and I’m here for it. This song so perfectly spells out the pressures of wanting fame in music.”
“Our little bros, our label mates, and some of the best dudes to tour with. I could not get this song out of my head for about a year after we toured together.”
“Hitting the arenas with us in March! Lovely humans making a really cool brand of rock. Much needed!”
“Listen to this before doing something that requires physical exertion. You will be fired up.”
Listen to the playlist in full via Spotify. Purchase tickets for All Time Low at Alexandra Palace via our website.
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