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[Photo by: Jimmy Fontaine]

Major congratulations are in order for All Time Low.

The band took to their Instagram story to announce the exciting news that their song “Dear Maria, Count Me In” has reached 100 million streams on Spotify.

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“Dear Maria, Count Me In” is taken from All Time Low’s second studio album, So Wrong, It’s Right, and we’ve been obsessed with the track ever since its release.

We doubt you need a refresher on the band’s beloved track, but just in case you do (or just in case you want to listen to the song) you can watch the music video below:

Or you can add to the Spotify streams by listening to it here.

The band took to Instagram last night, Nov. 29, where they not only shared the exciting news but gave their thanks (but honestly, we’ve got to thank them for this song.)

Check out the post below:

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[Photo by: All Time Low/Instagram]
The band’s frontman, Alex Gaskarth also took to his own social media to celebrate the occasion, where he shared:

“100,000,000+

Here’s to many more.”

In other All Time Low related news, the band will be performing alongside NOFX, New Found Glory, WaterparksStory Of The Year and more at next year’s Slam Dunk Festival.

The two-day festival is set to make its return to the UK next May, where it will be seeing Leeds’ Temple Newsam Estate host Slam Dunk North on May 25 and Slam Dunk South on May 26.

Headlining the event will be All Time Low, who is set to be making their UK exclusive appearance at the gig. What’s more? This will be the first appearance back in the UK since the band played So Wrong It’s Right in full during their last tour.

Of the band’s performance at the festival, frontman Alex Gaskarth shared:

“There’s been a bit of an ATL drought in the UK recently so we thought it best to come back and tear shit uat next year’s Slam Dunk Festival.p with some rad bands. Bring your life jackets.”

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