All Time Low celebrated their number one album with a jubilant, high-energy show full of guest stars at the Hollywood Palladium.
Baltimore’s All Time Low are a pop-punk band just a hair shy of being called bubblegum. They write great songs with killer hooks and their energetic shows always bring the fun.
Their new album, Future Hearts, debuted at number one on the charts in both the U.S. and U.K., and their fans were out in full force for their triumphant L.A. date.
They started their set with a new song, “Satellite,” and then deftly balanced new tunes with old favorites like “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t),” “Weightless,” and “The Reckless and the Brave.”
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus guests on their current single, “Tidal Waves,” and since he was an opening act, it wasn’t surprising to see him show up on stage to sing the record with the band.
Vic Fuentes from Pierce the Veil turned up to recreate his vocals on “A Love Like War,” and Lindsey Sterling showed off her violin chops on “Kids in the Dark.” All Time Low also played homage to their roots, with a encore medley of “American Idiot,” “All The Small Things,” “Teenage Dirtbag,” and “My Own Worst Enemy.”
Mark Hoppus’ DJ set featured songs from Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, The Ramones, and Blink-182. It was awesome fun, and really got the crowd pumped for the headliners.
Atlanta’s Issues opened with an exuberant set of melodic metalcore that appealed to the audience of predominantly teenage girls. They are a great live band with a unique sound. Also on the bill were Tonight Alive and State Champs.