Since forming in the Baltimore suburbs in 2003, All Time Low have become one of the biggest pop-punk bands to emerge on the scene, building a grassroots following of die-hard with very little radio airplay and touring ethic that would rival road weary vets like Green Day.
Before they d even graduated high school, All Time Low released two raucous mission statements the 2004 EP The Three Words to Remember in dealing With the Endand the 2005 full-length The Party Scene and went on to sign with indie stalwart Hopeless Records. But it was their 2007 release So Wrong, It s Right that cracked everything wide open. All Time Low s third record, 2009 s Nothing Personal, fared even better, debuting at # 4 on the Billboard chart and earning them positive reviews from outlets as far-reaching as Alternative Press and the Washington Post. The band s homecoming to Hopeless Records marks the next chapter in their career, as they return in order to progress forward.