all time low interview

Pop-punk legends All time Low talk relentless evolution and the magic of collaboration

All Time Low made a pitstop at Happy Mag during their extensive national tour, bringing their legenadary brand of punk-pop brilliance along for the ride.

As All Time Low make waves across Australia this November to showcase their latest work, it’s evident that the band possesses a unique ability to consistently push creative boundaries with each release while maintaining the quintessential All Time Low sound.

Founders and driving forces, singer/guitarist Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat, opened up about the intricacies of their creative process in a conversation with Happy mag.

With nine albums already woven into the fabric of their musical journey and a tenth Australian expedition in full swing, Gaskarth and Barakat pull back the curtain on the collaborative intricacies that define their work, partiularly in the crafting of their latest single, “Fake As Hell,” featuring the iconic Avril Lavigne.

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The journey of All Time Low, born in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, in 2003 as a high school cover band, has metamorphosed into a melodic pop-punk force reminiscent of their influences such as New Found Glory and blink-182.

From their humble beginnings with the four-song EP “The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End” in 2004, All Time Low has undergone a relentless evolution.

Now, their collaboration with Avril Lavigne on the fiery standalone single “Fake as Hell” signifies a new chapter in their storied career, showcasing that even after nearly two decades in the industry, All Time Low continues to flourish at the forefront of punk-pop innovation.

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