All Time Low have released the title track from their forthcoming new album, Last Young Renegade.

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An anthemic banger that rings of “The Reckless And The Brave,” here’s a song that’ll have you immediately wishing you’re front row at their next show.

“At first, I didn't even know if this would go on the album! It didn't dawn on us until later that there was this story forming and that 'Last Young Renegade' could be such a cool piece of what the record was about,” frontman Alex Gaskarth says to Alternative Press. “It was one of the earlier songs we wrote and we were living with it for a long time—and it was never clear to us that it should lead the album. But, it became such a clear integral piece that it didn't feel right going anywhere else. We tried it in a few different places, but ultimately it just felt like it set the tone for everywhere else the record goes.

“Especially for an All Time Low record, we needed to open with a banger, and open with one that had a lot of energy and movement. From a lyrical standpoint, that one sets up the characters. It became really obvious after a while, like, 'Oh yes, this is track one.'”

Last Young Renegade is set to release June 2 via Fueled By Ramen. You can hear the first single, “Dirty Laundry,” here.

“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,” Gaskarth told AP in a separate interview. “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.”

All Time Low are heading out on tour with SWMRS, Night Riots, Waterparks and the Wrecks. See the dates below.

Dates:

JUN 30  HOUSE OF BLUES HOUSTON, TX
JUL 01  HOUSE OF BLUES DALLAS, TX
JUL 03  THE MARQUEE TEMPE, AZ
JUL 05  HOUSE OF BLUES ANAHEIM, CA
JUL 07  THE NOVO LOS ANGELES, CA
JUL 08  FOX THEATER OAKLAND, CA
JUL 10  ROSELAND THEATER PORTLAND, OR
JUL 11  SHOWBOX SODO SEATTLE, WA
JUL 13  THE COMPLEX SALT LAKE CITY, UT
JUL 14  FILLMORE AUDITORIUM DENVER, CO
JUL 15  UPTOWN THEATER KANSAS CITY, MO
JUL 16  PALACE THEATRE SAINT PAUL, MN
JUL 18  THE PAGEANT SAINT LOUIS, MO
JUL 20  ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATRE ROYAL OAK, MI
JUL 21  ARAGON BALLROOM CHICAGO, IL
JUL 22  EAGLES BALLROOM MILWAUKEE, WI
JUL 23  EXPRESS LIVE! OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATRE COLUMBUS, OH
JUL 25  STAGE AE – OUTDOORS PITTSBURGH, PA
JUL 26  RAPIDS THEATRE NIAGARA FALLS, NY
JUL 28  HOUSE OF BLUES BOSTON, MA
JUL 29  THE FILLMORE PHILADELPHIA, PA
JUL 31  CENTRAL PARK SUMMERSTAGE NEW YORK, NY
AUG 02  RAMS HEAD LIVE BALTIMORE, MD
AUG 03  RAMS HEAD LIVE BALTIMORE, MD
AUG 04  THE RITZ RALEIGH, NC
AUG 05  TABERNACLE ATLANTA, GA
AUG 06  HOUSE OF BLUES LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL

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