Off the Record – All Time Low

Have you ever wanted To listen to a new band or musician and not sure where to start? Well, instead of listening to their commercial music, why not start with something off the record first! This week we talk about a band who has an album out next year – All Time Low 


Break Your Little Heart – Nothing Personal album

This song is a catchy little number in the album and it’s easy to listen to and you may even find yourself humming along to the melody as well.

Do you want me dead? – Dirty Work album

A very catchy track to open an album and it opens with a great little guitar melody and a very nice chorus that is hard not to sing along to.

Under a Paper Moon – Dirty Work album

This is a very different song to others that All Time Low have and is very catchy. It has a great guitar riff and is very addictive.

A Daydream Away – Dirty Work album

This is a beautiful little song that is a track record that could of been a single in the charts. It has a really nice chorus, a nice melody and a cheery tone.

Tidal Waves (feat Mark Hoppus) – Future Hearts album

This is a bit dark for an album track however it is a great little song and what better way to heighten it then by adding someone like Mark Hoppus to the mix. It has great lyrics and a great musical melody.

Dancing With A Wolf – Future Hearts album

This is one of the best album tracks – it has a fantastic chorus and is a song that is highly addictive with a fantastic drum beat. The melody of the guitars intertwines beautifully through the heavy dramatic beat and bass.

Dark Side of Your Room – Last Young Reganade album

This song highlights the theme of the album and is one of the best album tracks as it has a interesting musical melody and the words are a real descriptive melody and tell a story.


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