All Time Low: ‘Our album is pretty much finished’ – video

Band explain they demoed over 20 tracks for new record

All Time Low have told NME they have practically finished recording their new album.

Having posted a demo from the new record last month, the band’s Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat explained that all the work for the record has been done.

“The new record is done pretty much,” they explained in a video interview you can watch on the right now. “It just came together really naturally… We’d like to have it out by January.”


The pair said they had demoed around 20 songs for the record before whittling it down and, following an appearance at last month’s Reading And Leeds Festival, they will return to the studio to finalise the tracklisting.

Watch the full video interview on the right now.


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