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After three weeks of cryptic teasers, All Time Low finally entered their next era with “Some Kind Of Disaster.” Now, a week after releasing the song and accompanying video, the band have performed it live for the first time.

At the beginning of the month, amid the mysterious teases, All Time Low revealed they’re teaming up with Full Tilt Brewing to create a new blonde ale called Beer Maria Count Me In!

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The news followed Alex Gaskarth making an investment with the company last year. To celebrate the launch, All Time Low headed back to Baltimore to guest bartend and play an intimate set at the brewery on Sunday where they gave the new track its live debut.

Bonus: The brewery also served the band’s recently launched Everything Is Wine, which is available here.

Gaskarth kicks off the Full Tilt Brewing set by talking about his involvement with the brewery before launching into Future Hearts track “Something’s Gotta Give.”

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As mentioned, the band also gave “Some Kind Of Disaster” its live debut, which you can see clips of below.

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Of course, All Time Low also played the set-closing, beer-inspiring “Dear Maria, Count Me In.” Check that out below along with other looks at the event.

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@alexgaskarth bartending like it's going out of style

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Hell yeah, kiddos 🤘🏼

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All Time Low confirmed the end of the Last Young Renegade era in July 2018, following it up with a few singles, “Everything Is Fine” and “Birthday,” (as promised) later that summer. As 2019 kicked off, Gaskarth revealed the band would be taking “a bit of a break,” which in turn allowed time for his side project with Mark HoppusSimple Creatures, and guitarist Jack Barakat’s WhoHurtYou.

In March 2019, the band confirmed the break was done, with plans to have new music out “definitely by 2020.” All Time Low also revealed they started working on some demos that will take what they learned with Last Young Renegade “and maybe make it a bit more upbeat.”

Gaskarth admitted this past summer was a “nice window” to dig into the demos together. They debuted a new track, “Getaway Green,” live at Slam Dunk in May, and kept relatively quiet since then.

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Then, the band debuted their first new music in over a year at midnight Jan. 21. After four cryptic teasers spread out over a couple of weeks. The four-piece each shared the same caption to their feeds and the band’s account, confirming the start of the new era.

The Young Renegades are no more… Reintroducing your favorite disaster, All Time Low. We took a step away for a minute- did some growing, did some soul searching, some healing… Now we’re back and ready to be all yours again, our battle scars worn proudly, and our hair looking better than ever. (it’s best if you just agree). We’ve missed you all so much and we’re so excited for what comes next. Feels like we’ve been keeping secrets from you for way too long… Been hard to keep our mouths shut, honestly.

It’s a song and dance we’ve done a thousand times before, but this one feels extra-good. Besides, it’s never the same dance twice.
Hope you dig this new song as much as we do… After all, it’s all for you. ☀️

The Baltimore-based pop-punks gave fans exactly what the doctor ordered. The music video for “Some Kind Of Disaster” takes place at an emotional group therapy session where we see the different struggles we all go through. Check it out below.

In addition to the new single, All Time Low also announced a few intimate performances kicking off tonight. Tickets were only $5 and sold out immediately, but you can see the dates below.

Dates:

01/28 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
01/30 – New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
01/31 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar

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