In a detailed statement, All Time Low have announced Last Young Renegade—their Fueled By Ramen debut slated to drop on June 2.

Preorders will go live on Friday, Feb. 24 via the band's website.

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Last week, All Time Low announced their signing to Fueled By Ramen and dropped the first single, “Dirty Laundry.” Listen to it and read our interview with frontman Alex Gaskarth about it here.

Here's what he had to say about Last Young Renegade in that interview:

“I think one of the big things as we were working on the record was just pushing ourselves forward. When we put out Don't Panic we hit the reset button on the band, and we started looking at Don't Panic as if it was our first record out of the gate as a more realized version of All Time Low. Then [there was] Future Hearts, and that felt like we started pushing the envelope forward and trying to expand the sound and grow. 'Dirty Laundry' is a continuation of that. It's taking the idea from the last album and continuing to push it forward and explore new things.”

Last Young Renegade tracklisting:

1. Last Young Renegade
2. Drugs & Candy
3. Dirty Laundry
4. Good Times
5. Nice2KnoU
6. Life of the Party
7. Nightmares
8. Dark Side of Your Room
9. Ground Control (feat. Tegan and Sara)
10. Afterglow

Statement:

Who is the Last Young Renegade?
After all this time writing music, playing in a band- checking moment
after moment off the bucket list- collecting mistakes, making
memories, I wondered what it might be like to write about myself if I
wasn't the one standing in my shoes. Who am I from the other side of
the mirror?

I tried to change perspective in my approach to writing and center in
on all of the different versions of me that other people might have
met over the years, through the ups and the downs, in the public eye
and behind closed doors. Would I like this person? Do I like this
person? Do I even recognize this person anymore?

I realized that there's a lot more to me than I'm usually ready to
acknowledge, both good and bad. In that realization, I noticed a
common thread. We are who we are, even when we try our hardest not to
be.

It's a challenge to accept it sometimes. I gave those other sides of
me a persona, and a name– then came the stories like a flood. It was
a way for me to confront demons without having to sit at the dinner
table with them.

That's the journey on this record: a story of self-realization. Of
growing into your own skin through the eyes of someone watching it all
unfold on the big screen, wearing a 'Frankie Says Relax' t-shirt. Like
watching an old familiar movie, but suddenly you're Marty McFly.

We tried a lot of new things on this album, all within the context of
what we love so much about All Time Low– There's no denying that we
were binge watching Stranger Things at the time, while also reflecting
on the loss of some of our favorite musicians; Prince, Bowie, George
Michael… I think the influence comes through in the best ways. We
all felt pulled to exciting and different places as we searched for
inspiration, approaching something that's become so familiar to us
from a new direction.

I truly hope everyone listening enjoys this record as much as I do.
It's been an amazing journey.

The album comes out June 2nd and will be available for pre-order on Friday, Feb 24th. We'll
also be posting some pre-order merch bundles, so stay tuned. Pre-order options will be up on alltimelow.com. 
xo

Alex

Artwork:

 

Who is the Last Young Renegade? After all this time writing music, playing in a band- checking moment after moment off the bucket list- collecting mistakes, making memories, I wondered what it might be like to write about myself if I wasn't the one standing in my shoes. Who am I from the other side of the mirror? I tried to change perspective in my approach to writing and center in on all of the different versions of me that other people might have met over the years, through the ups and the downs, in the public eye and behind closed doors. Would I like this person? Do I like this person? Do I even recognize this person anymore? I realized that there's a lot more to me than I'm usually ready to acknowledge, both good and bad. In that realization, I noticed a common thread. We are who we are, even when we try our hardest not to be. It's a challenge to accept it sometimes. I gave those other sides of me a persona, and a name– then came the stories like a flood. It was a way for me to confront demons without having to sit at the dinner table with them. That's the journey on this record: a story of self-realization. Of growing into your own skin through the eyes of someone watching it all unfold on the big screen, wearing a 'Frankie Says Relax' t-shirt. Like watching an old familiar movie, but suddenly you're Marty McFly. We tried a lot of new things on this album, all within the context of what we love so much about All Time Low– There's no denying that we were binge watching Stranger Things at the time, while also reflecting on the loss of some of our favorite musicians; Prince, Bowie, George Michael… I think the influence comes through in the best ways. We all felt pulled to exciting and different places as we searched for inspiration, approaching something that's become so familiar to us from a new direction. I truly hope everyone listening enjoys this record as much as I do. It's been an amazing journey. The album comes out June 2nd and will be available for pre-order on Friday, Feb 24th. We'll also be posting some pre-order merch bundles, so stay tuned. Pre-order options will be up on alltimelow.com. xo Alex

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