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All Time Low fans are in for quite a treat during tonight’s Coachella set by Kayzo. The DJ and music producer revealed in an interview with Coachella Valley Weekly that he would be debuting a track from his next album that would feature some of our favorites, All Time Low.

We can’t wait for this new music!

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When asked what fans can expect from the DJ’s Coachella set, he replied with an answer that sent All Time Low fans into a frenzy.

“We have a lot of special guests and cool things coming out. I’m about to put out my next single from my next album with a band called All Time Low and the song is called, ‘Up In Flames.’ It’s something we’re going to be debuting in a new way at Coachella and we’re definitely excited about that release post-Coachella.” 

All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth took to Instagram to encourage fans to check out Coachella’s live stream tonight at 12:05 a.m. local time to catch Kayzo’s set.

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Kayzo also took to Twitter, telling fans that his set was something they wouldn’t want to miss.


He also posted a teaser featuring Alex Gaskarth that has us even more excited to hear the new track!


More on All Time Low

At the end of March, ATL confirmed that they are getting back into the studio. In an interview with NME, frontman Alex Gaskarth, who is also currently doing work with superduo Simple Creatures, says that his original band’s new material is sure to take on their signature, upbeat style.

Gaskarth revealed the band plans to kick things up a notch, while also incorporating what they’ve learned from Last Young Renegade.

“Some of my favorite songs that we’ve ever written are on that record, but maybe what it didn’t provide was a lot of the fast pace and tempo that a lot of people are used to,” Gaskarth tells NME.

“When I look back and think about it critically, there wasn’t a lot of ‘party music,’ that our band has normally been known for. That record was a little more tame and mellow, so we want to take what we learned from Last Young Renegade and maybe make it a bit more upbeat. We want our next record to be more energetic and indicative of the mosh pits that we came from.”

Are you excited for new All Time Low? Will you be tuning into the Coachella live stream tonight? Sound off in the comments below!

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