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Which Era of All Time Low Are You?

The quartet have been in the game for over a decade now. Throughout their wild road, which time period best identifies you?

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 12: All Time Low attends the 2008 mtvU Woodie Awards at Roseland Ballroom on November 12, 2008 in New Yor
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Pick a color

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Which word best describes you?

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Pick a festival

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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How do you feel about the suburbs?

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Pick a name

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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What's your favorite meal?

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Pick a sport

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Who is your favorite member of All Time Low?

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Pick a single

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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Pick a social media platform

'The Party Scene' Era

When 'The Party Scene' was released, All Time Low were actually teenagers. Babies! Their sound was characteristically immature, but clever, and possessed a sense of inevitable success. If this is your answer, you're probably on the verge of something great. Keep working hard and you'll soon bask in glory.

'So Wrong, It's Right' Era

The All Time Low crew were babies when this bad boy dropped, but it was played into their youthful charm. 'So Wrong, It's Right' is ATL's second album and one of their most memorable. "Dear Maria, Count Me In," is still their best known song, proving that people can kill the game at an early age. If this is your answer, you're probably a pretty talented person. Embrace it!

'Nothing Personal' Era

'Nothing Personal' marked a new direction for All Time Low. The record boasts three of their biggest singles, "Weightless," "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," and "Lost in Stereo." It was the record where ATL started to grow comfortable in their sound. If this is your answer, you're probably a confident person, one who truly knows who they are.

'Dirty Work' Era

The 'Dirty Work' album was the first of All Time Low's records to feature the band on the cover art. It's a choice typically symbolic of moving towards the pop world and exiting the punk one. The album was also their first on a major label and promised nothing but success: The album boasts the band's cleanest and sharpest harmonies to date. If this is your answer, you've probably accomplished some great things in your life. Remember that when you're feeling glum!

'Don't Panic' Era

'Don't Panic' brought "Somewhere in Neverland," one of the band's biggest singles to date. It's also the album that saw All Time Low leaving their major label to go back to the trusted Hopeless Records. Think of this as their "I'm still Jenny from the block moment." If this is your answer, your probably a down-to-earth person with a ton of spunk.

'Future Hearts' Era

Ahh 'Future Hearts,' the latest and arguably greatest era of the All Time Low dynasty. The band's sixth album has them taking on arenas (both in sound and in physical space—have you seen those venues?). If this is your answer, you're probably a kind, empathetic person who knows what they want in this world and how to get it. There's a certain wisdom in that.


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