Maybe it’s not our weekend and it definitely doesn’t feel like our year but All Time Low is here to bring even more sunshine to our lives. The band surprised everyone by announcing they would be doing a live stream acoustic concert. The show most certainly did not disappoint. It may not have been the same as standing in a crowd and screaming along, but there was a special type of magic to the show that made it feel like an in-person All Time Low show. And let’s just say they brought a whole new meaning to basement noise.
In addition to providing some much needed serotonin to the masses, the band did a couple of fun things that had everyone freaking out. Here’s a quick recap of some standout show moments.
The band performed ‘Clumsy’ live for the first time!
This is the first show the guys have performed since the release of Wake Up, Sunshine, so a few songs made their live performance debut! One of those songs being ‘Clumsy.’ This track is pure fire and has a classic All Time Low feel to it. If it sounds this good as an acoustic, we can only imagine how amazing it’s going to be in its full glory when we hear it live. They also performed ‘Basement Noise’ but we’ll get to that in a second.
Alex announced a music video for ‘Monsters’ (and absolutely killed the rap portion of the song)
If you’re not familiar with the song, ‘Monsters’ ft. blackbear is a fan favorite of the new record. While we were all trying to recover from the fact that ‘Missing You,’ ‘Remembering Sunday,’ and ‘Glitter & Crimson’ were all played back to back, Alex casually dropped some info about the song. We don’t know ant more details, but apparently we’re getting a music video for ‘Monsters’ in a few days and we’re stoked to see what that might look like.
Until then, you can enjoy the animated lyric video!
Oh, and we can’t forget how Alex took over blackbear’s lines and spit some fire! Good job Gaskarth, we love to see it.
‘Basement Noise’ made everyone emotional, for more reasons than one!
Everyone knows that an All Time Low show ends with ‘Dear Maria’ and that’s a fact. So imagine our surprise when the guys said two more songs to go and ‘Dear Maria’ wasn’t the last one! Instead, they ended the show with ‘Basement Noise.’ While it was a shock the fans, it was quickly subdued when they explained the reason for the change.
The band took this opportunity to change up the setlist to announce their new Basement Noise Concert Series. This is going to feature a performance of the entirety of Wake Up, Sunshine, as well as 4 different setlists curated by the individual band members.
Thank y’all so much for tuning in tonight. #BasementNoise concert series coming soon. What a fucking blast!!July 25, 2020
Any guesses about which member will choose which songs? Whose curated set are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below or by tweeting us @thehoneypop!
If you missed out, no worries! All Time Low has lots of fun stuff lined up to look forward to, so keep an eye out! In fact, we have all your All Time Low updates right here 😉
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