All Time Low returned to us in February with an exciting new label and sound with the electronic-leaning "Dirty Laundry" and now the band is further showing their evolution with "Life of the Party."

Revealed alongside its official video, the new track takes the listener through a slew of emotions starting from the melancholy, electro-rock production on the verses and to a full-fledged punkiness on the chorus. The outfit detail losing oneself in the shallow party scene, singing, "In a sea of strangers, I can’t find me anymore, anymore... / Now it's four in the morning, I'm trying to fix myself / What the hell did I do? I'm the life of the party." 

The video tells the lyrical story as the main character is having the time of his life at the bar while also grappling with decisions in the morning and appearing, ultimately, unhappy. Watch above.

Like "Dirty Laundry" and the previously released "Last Renegade," this new track plays more to an accessible, electronic sound for the band which should bode well for them when their Last Young Renegade album drops on June 2.

While we wait for that album, take it back to a classic Fuse interview with All Time Low below: