All Time Low are launching a new show called "Crash Test Live" and the first episode is available this Friday (May 29).

Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat are revisiting hosting talk shows with live episodes airing on Twitch and YouTube.

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The band previously hosted a radio show called Full Frontal but now they're returning to the format once again.

They revealed a short teaser video while explaining it's slightly different than a standard podcast and will have all of the fans' favorite bits from Full Frontal and more.

The first episode is airing on May 29 and you can watch the teaser clip below.


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More on All Time Low

Since the pandemic began, Sad Summer Festival has made frequent updates about its upcoming run with All Time Low, The Story So Farthe Maine and more. Set to kick off in JulySad Summer said at the end of April that the tour was still scheduled to go on as planned.

However, in a statement released earlier this month, the festival announces it is being postponed until 2021.

“It became clear over recent weeks that we needed to seriously consider whether the festival should continue as planned,” the statement says. “Now we must make the necessary decision to postpone Sad Summer Festival until summer 2021.”

The decision to postpone the 2020 festival is in efforts to keep everyone involved with the festival safe during this difficult time.

“On an emotional level, this is very difficult for us, as we have invested our heart and soul into Sad Summer,” the statement says. “However, the safety of even a single fan is not something we are willing to risk.”

On the positive side, it is confirmed that all of the bands will be returning for the 2021 run. This includes All Time LowThe Story So Farthe MaineMovementsYours TrulyGrayscale and Destroy Boys.

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