All Time Low is one of the most popular pop-punk bands of all time. All their lyrics are memorized, their melodies are whistled, and their albums are revered. But there is still a mystery to some.
Jack Barakat, lead guitarist for All Time Low just noticed a fan’s post regarding their smash album Nothing Personal and reissue of 2012 record Don’t Panic, gaining a little knowledge on his own band.
The tweet, which was posted yesterday, drops a little unknown fact about the Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now! cover.
“Took me over 5 years of being an ATL stannie to realize the Don’t Panic cover is just the monster ripping through Nothing Personal and causing a catastrophic mess. Help,” the tweet reads.
took me over 5 years of being an atl stannie to realise the dont panic cover is just the monster ripping thru nothing personal and causing a catastrophic mess help pic.twitter.com/CYv7qxGLz1
— leah/kale🍈 (@wellbokay) September 11, 2019
To which Barakat replied with something not many of us expected: “Um okay, well it took me seeing this fuckin’ post. So shit, I win.”
Umm okay well it took me seeing this Fuckin post. So shit, I win https://t.co/1G038fhTxC
— Jack Barakat (@JackBarakat) September 12, 2019
He had no idea. Fans are having a field day with this knowledge.
Some claim vocalist Alex Gaskarth is behind it. Others think Barakat just may be oblivious to most things. Regardless, this is a fun piece of All Time Low trivia you can drop on your friends when you see them next.
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Now, Alex Gaskarth of ATL has released a statement about the cancelation.
Originally, Columbus, OH was slated as the kickoff location for the tour but production delays forced the band to reschedule.
The stop was moved to the very end of the tour, adding All Time Low to the lineup to make the wait worth it.
“CANCELLED: @blink182‘s tour will now conclude in Brooklyn, New York on September 20. The September 22 show at @NationwideArena in Columbus, OH has been cancelled. All tickets can be refunded at point of purchase.”
As of yesterday, there was no reason for the cancelation. Now, Gaskarth has kind of explained that the cancelation was “completely beyond our control” and apologized to fans.
Refunds are available at point of purchase. Again, really sorry this one fell through.
— Alex Gaskarth (@AlexGaskarth) September 11, 2019
You can see the list of remaining dates below.
09/12 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
09/14 – St. Loius, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
09/16 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center
09/18 – Camden, NJ @ BB&T Pavilion
09/20 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
09/22 – Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena (CANCELED)
10/11 – Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock ^
^ blink-182 festival date
What do you think of Barakat’s reaction? Let us know below!