All Time Low released “Modern Love,” a new anti-dating anthem from their upcoming album, “Tell Me I’m Alive” out March 17 along with the official video.
Like the song itself, the “Modern Love” music video explores the highs and lows of dating in the 21st century. Set inside Gaskarth’s heart, the video is a visual feast starring the frontman as “Mr. Modern Love” in a glittery red Elton John-esque suit as he alternates between heartbreak and passion.
“’Modern Love’s a beautiful disaster’ are the words of a desperate, love-sick soul and the main character of our newest song ‘Modern Love,’ who is obsessed with the quest for connection in a world that’ll often break your heart,” said Gaskarth. “The visual piece that accompanies the single and continues the through-line started with ‘Sleepwalking’ was co-directed by myself and our good friend Lupe Bustos. We’re happy it’s out on the heels of our just announced, full US tour. We’re hitting the road with long-time friends Mayday Parade and one of our favorite new artists, Games We Play, routed around the special events we are hosting at The Ryman and Red Rocks. Can’t wait to see you all out there, and we hope you love ‘Modern Love.’”
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The news comes shortly after the band landed their second career No. 1 single with “Sleepwalking” from the upcoming album hitting the top spot on Alternative Radio and amassing almost 10 million streams, marking their third song to secure a coveted top five position on the chart.
All Time Low recently took home “Alternative Rock Song of the Year” at the iHeartRadio Music Awards for the record-breaking platinum-certified smash “Monsters” [feat. blackbear]. The song previously clinched #1 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay Chart for an unprecedented 18 weeks, emerging as the longest charting song ever at the Modern Rock format.
Last year, the band served up the collaborative single “PMA” (Feat. Pale Waves). “PMA” followed on the heels of the band’s other 2021 standalone single, “Once In A Lifetime,” which reached the Top 5 at Alternative Radio and attracted critical acclaim. NME hailed it as “reflective” and “hopeful,” and KERRANG! dubbed it “anthemic and infectious.”
All Time Low’s last studio album Wake Up, Sunshine was released in April of 2020 and debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums Chart. Billboard proclaimed, “The album is All Time Low’s most vibrant set to date, combining the band’s rambunctious spirit with roaring guitars and anthemic melodies.”Forbes praised the collection as “an album that crackles with youthful exuberance and the energy of a live show,” while Nylon declared “All Time Low just wants their new album to make you feel good.“
All Time Low have undeniably, albeit unassumingly carved out their own corner of popular culture. The multi-platinum Maryland quartet have toppled charts, sold out arenas worldwide, and served up a series of instantly irresistible anthems in the process. Their catalog consists of five consecutive Top 10 albums on the Billboard Top 200 in addition to picking up multi-platinum, platinum, and gold certifications. Speaking to their impact, Rolling Stone even named So Wrong, It’s Right among its “50 Greatest Pop Punk Albums.” In 2020, they ascended to a new commercial and critical high watermark with their eighth full-length LP, Wake Up, Sunshine. Following a #1 debut on the Top Rock Albums chart, it spawned the biggest hit of the band’s career thus far, “Monsters” [feat. blackbear]. It clinched #1 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay Chart for an unprecedented 18 weeks, emerging as the longest charting song ever at the Modern Rock format. In addition to going platinum, it notably garnered “Alternative Rock Song of the Year” at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards, while superstar Demi Lovato teamed up with the group for the Official Remix. Meanwhile, the mainstream came to them as they delivered show-stopping performances everywhere from Bonnaroo and Firefly to The Late Late Show with James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Ellen, Good Morning America, and beyond.
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