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Calling all All Time Low fans! Hopeless Records just presented their first Hopeless Vault release and it’s Future Hearts B-Sides. If three tracks and two acoustic recordings weren’t enough to scratch that All Time Low itch, well Hopeless also released a limited time merch item only available for 72 hours. 

Hopeless Records is digging through the Hopeless Vault and plans to release new material every week from artists including Waterparks, Neck Deep, Sum 41 and more. 

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If you’ve been living under a rock then you wouldn’t know that All Time Low released their newest album Wake Up, Sunshine earlier this month. The lead up consisted of a ton of hit singles including “Some Kind Of Disaster,” “Sleeping In,” “Getaway Green,” “Melancholy Kaleidoscope,” “Trouble Is” and “Wake Up, Sunshine.” 

But you know what? A brand new album might not be enough All Time Low for some fans. 

So, Hopeless Records is starting to dig through their vault and just dropped five recordings from the Future Hearts-era. 

The EP includes the songs “Bottle And A Beat,” “Your Bed” and “How The Story Ends” in addition to two acoustic recordings of “Something’s Gotta Give” and “Cinderblock Garden.” All of the songs have been lingering around on deluxe versions of the album, but now, they’re all easily accessible on your preferred streaming platform. 

 

Stream Future Hearts B-Sides below or check it out here

Hopeless also released a limited edition Future Hearts shirt that is only available for 72 hours. Check it out below. 

All Time Low
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Hopeless Records plans on releasing ultra-rare or unreleased recordings, merch designs and other fun things from their vault every week so stay tuned to see what other things come out. Check it all out here.

More All Time Low

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the live music industry has taken a direct hit with many tours and shows worldwide having to be canceled. Today, Sad Summer Festival which is set to kick off in July with All Time Low, The Story So Farthe Maine and more is addressing ongoing speculation that it may be canceled.

In a statement released todaySad Summer Festival is discussing fans’ concerns about the fate of the tour, how the tour is following COVID-19 health and safety guidelines and more

The festival is continuing to reassure fans about the tour’s fate. Addressing the importance of health and safety, the festival announced that its 2020 run is scheduled to go on as planned. However, they are monitoring the situation and COVID-19 developments each day.

“Because of the rapid evolution of the pandemic timeline, we made a commitment to exercise patience in our decision-making process,” the statement says. “The last thing we would ever want is to make a snap decision that would prove irresponsible just weeks later.”

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The festival also acknowledged the impacts coronavirus has had on both fans and those working the festival. Sad Summer Festival is ensuring that they are doing everything they can to support the community during these trying times.

“We know that you may be struggling financially or emotionally or in another way which this new normal in your day-to-day,” the statement says. “The bands, crew and staff of Sad Summer Fest are experiencing the same hardships. We have been trying to use our platform to support the efforts of the artists on our tour in the meantime.”

Alongside this year’s headliners, MovementsYours Truly, Grayscale and Destroy Boys are also set to play the festival dates this summer. Sad Summer Festival 2020 is the second inaugural run of the cross-country festival. Last year’s successful festival included State ChampsMayday Paradethe Mainethe Wonder YearsMom JeansStand Atlantic and Just Friends.

The full statement from Sad Summer Festival can be read here. A full list of scheduled dates are below.

Dates: 

07/17 – Sacramento, CA @ Papa Murphy’s Park at Cal Expo
07/18 – Anaheim, CA @ City National Grove of Anaheim – Outdoors
07/19 – Phoenix, AZ @ Rawhide Event Center
07/21 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live!
07/22 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall – Outside Lawn
07/24 – Orlando, FL @ Orlando Amphitheater
07/25 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
07/28 – Columbus, OH @ EXPRESS LIVE!
07/29 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
07/31 – New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
08/01 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
08/02 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony Summerstage
08/05 – Toronto, ON @ RBC Echo Beach
08/07 – Baltimore, MD @ MECU Pavilion
08/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ Skyline Stage @ the Mann
08/12 – Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
08/14 – Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom – Outdoors
08/15 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave

Tell us your favorite of the All Time Low B-Sides in the comments below!

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