All Time Low announce tour dates


All Time Low  have announced a 15 date UK tour beginning January 2012 at the Glasgow O2 Academy and ending with a Hammersmith HMV Apollo show on February 3rd. The announcement comes shortly after their triumphant performances at this year’s Sonisphere and Oxygen festivals as well as T In The Park show which included a performance of ‘I Feel Like Dancin’’ with Rivers Cuomo of Weezer.

The bands highly anticipated new single ‘Forget About It’ is available on August 15th and has already received a lot of Radio 1 coverage, including a Scott Mills ROTW.

The track is taken from the album Dirty Work and comes in the wake of their Radio 1 A-listed single ‘I Feel Like Dancin’’

Formed in 2003 as high school students, All Time Low have become one of pop-punk’s hottest new bands. They’ve cultivated a devoted fan base and had two sold out O2 Academy Brixton shows on their recent UK tour. The band continued with their triumphant year by picking up Best Live Act at this year’s Kerrang Awards.

For Dirty Work, All Time Low teamed up with some of rock’s top producers, including Matt Squire (who produced All Time Low’s last two albums, Nothing Personal and So Wrong It’s Right), Mike Green (Paramore), Butch Walker (Weezer), and John Fields (Switchfoot). Alex Gaskarth (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Jack Barakat (Guitar), Zack Merrick (Bass) and Rian Dawson (Drums) will return to the UK in January 2012 for the following dates:

Tour dates:

January 2012
Saturday 14th Glasgow O2 Academy
Sunday 15th Newcastle O2 Academy
Monday 16th Preston 53 Degrees
Wednesday 18th Liverpool Guild of Students
Thursday 19th Leeds O2 Academy
Saturday 21st Manchester O2 Apollo
Monday 23rd Sheffield O2 Academy
Tuesday 24th Nottingham Rock City
Thursday 26th Cambridge Corn Exchange
Saturday 28th Birmingham O2 Academy
Sunday 29th Cardiff Uni Great Hall
Monday 30th Bristol O2 Academy

February 2012
Wednesday 1st Yeovil Westlands
Thursday 2nd Southampton Guildhall
Friday 3rd Hammersmith HMV Apollo

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