All Time Low is back with an exciting new single, video and label.
Get into "Dirty Laundry," the band's newest single that blends their signature mix of rock and pop, but adds a refreshing dose of underlying electronic-dance elements fused into the production and on a short dance breakdown. The track was revealed alongside its official music video that sees Alex Gaskarth hanging in a laundromat before a cast of characters rip off the frontman's clothes and eventually dress him in new threads. Look out for the full band to make their way into the visual that's a captivating and dark turn for ATL.
"Dirty Laundry" marks All Time Low's first release with Fueled by Ramen, the legendary pop-punk label that's also the home to Twenty One Pilots, Panic! at the Disco, Paramore and more. It's a smart move for the band, who will be right at home with fellow chart-toppers, and the new label should only give them more support moving forward.
There's no word on if this new track previews a new album or not, but fans will undoubtedly be waiting anxiously for the follow up to 2015's Future Hearts, which hit No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Until then, take it way back to a classic interview with ATL where they talked to Fuse about recording an album without any record label at all: