All Time Low cover Sia’s ‘Elastic Heart’ – watch

All Time Low are on course for their first UK Number One album with 'Future Hearts'

All Time Low have covered Sia’s ‘Elastic Heart’.

The pop-punk band played their own version of the pop singer-songwriter’s 2014 track for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge earlier today (April 9). Click below to watch.


Meanwhile, All Time Low are currently at Number One in the Official UK Album Chart midweeks with new album ‘Future Hearts’. The album was released on Monday (April 6) and could become the US pop-punk band’s first Number One in the UK.

Official Chart Company data reveals that the album is 4,500 combined chart sales ahead of their nearest competitor, James Bay’s ‘Chaos And The Calm’. The full chart rundown is announced on BBC Radio 1 this Sunday (April 12).

Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus features on a track on All Time Low’s new album called ‘Tidal Waves’. Hoppus’ involvement with All Time Low follows the ongoing feud within Blink-182. Earlier this year Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus split from DeLonge after the singer allegedly refused to enter the studio and record a new album with them. Following a statement from Hoppus and Barker asserting DeLonge had quit the band “indefinitely”, DeLonge denied the story.

All Time Low were recently confirmed for the main stage of this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals, which take place between August 28-30.


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