Multi-platinum selling band All Time Low have announced their brand-new album dropping March 17, Tell Me I’m Alive, and released its title track along with the song’s official video. Pre-order the album HERE, stream the new song HERE and watch the video directed by Alex Gaskarth and Djay Brawner HERE.
“Tell Me I’m Alive” marks the second song to be released from the upcoming album, following “Sleepwalking” which marked their first new release since 2021 and continues to climb the Alternative Radio charts, currently sitting in the top five. The new song is produced by Zakk Cervini & Andrew Goldstein, and co-produced by frontman Alex Gaskarth.
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 catalogue consists of five consecutive Top 10 albums on the Billboard Top 200 in addition to picking up multi-platinum, platinum, and gold certifications. Their influence remains pervasive: 5 Seconds of Summer have covered their tunes, Cheat Codes and Pierce the Veil have jumped at the chance to collaborate, and they’ve contributed music to films by visionaries such as Tim Burton and Diablo Cody. 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. Now, All Time Low kick off another era with “Tell Me I’m Alive”.