All Time Low debut new song 'Under A Paper Moon' on US tour - video

Pop punkers preview 'Dirty Work' album in Philadelphia

All Time Low debut new song 'Under A Paper Moon' on US tour - video

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All Time Low have previewed a song from their new album 'Dirty Work' on their US tour.

The band kicked off the tour last night (March 22) at the Philadelphia Electric Factory, treating fans to a sneak preview of the album in the form of new track 'Under A Paper Moon'.

Scroll down and click below to watch fan footage of them playing it.

Hours after the gig singer Alex Gaskarth uploaded the lyrics to the song to his blog, Earthtoalex.com.

'Dirty Work' will be the follow-up to the Baltimore pop-punkers' 2009 album 'Nothing Personal' and is tentatively due out in May. First single 'I Feel Like Dancin' will be released on April 4.


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