All Time Low
Taking their name from a track by American rockers New Found Glory, All Time Low first got together in 2003 playing Blink-182 covers while still at school together in Baltimore. Their sheer energy and lust for playing swiftly built a local following and in 2004 they were signed to Emerald Moon Records; releasing their debut EP The Three Words To Remember In Dealing With The End the same year, followed by their first studio album The Party Scene. The band subsequently embarked on an exhausting touring schedule while building a reputation for their wild stage shows, releasing second album So Wrong It's Right in 2007, and achieving their first US hit single with Dear Maria, Count Me In - written about a local stripper. Hailed as Alternative Magazine's Band of the Year in 2008, the band had further success in 2009 with Nothing Personal, subsequently signing to major label Interscope for a new album recorded in 2010 with producers John Fields and Matt Squire.