After nearly half a year away from England, Baltimore-born rock band All Time Low are returning to the stage in March to kick off their UK tour alongside support from Waterparks and SWMRS. The boys will be heading to Southampton’s O2 Guildhall on the 13th of March, their third date on the tour, before setting off around the country for 14 more dates.
Now heralded as pop-punk icons, the boys were first launched into the rock stratosphere back in 2007 with their acclaimed second studio album So Wrong, It’s Right. Flourishing the now iconic ‘Dear Maria, Count Me In’, the ATL quartet managed to reach the charts, and peaked at number 86 on the Pop 100. Its video now has a whopping 46 million views on YouTube.
After countless festivals, headline slots, and headline tours, having released three acclaimed albums in the meantime (Dirty Work, Don’t Panic and the fresh Future Hearts), the boys are celebrated as one of the biggest names in rock and pop-punk. They cite their music as escapism for their fans, and revel in their sound’s similar themes. Having been fitting co-acts with the likes of Green Day and Blink-182, the Baltimore boys are up there with the best, and their upcoming UK tour will make for a fitting project before taking their efforts back to the studio.
Tickets for the Southampton date of All Time Low’s UK tour are £33.65 and can be found here.