Maryland natives, All Time Low are arguably one of the biggest pop-punk bands in the world. Known for their catchy hooks, relatable lyrics, and staggering live shows, this energetic foursome are back and ready to rock with their brand new single!

All Time Low have recently released their latest single called ‘PMA’ featuring a guest appearance from British indie rock group Pale Waves. This single sees the group slightly shift from their classic pop-punk sound of the late 2000s to a cleaner pop-rock sound. From the first second, lead singer Alex Gaskarth’s recognisable vocals draw you in, as well as the Blink-182 inspired melody. As the first verse leads on to the catchy, guitar-led chorus, this song is sure to be stuck in our heads indefinitely.

Pale Waves’ segment in the track is also a pleasant surprise after the first chorus. Lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie’s rocky undertones suit the song and help to give it even more oomph!

‘PMA’ is an upbeat, powerful pop-rock track. Gaskarth describes the inspiration behind the track as “a journey into isolation and overstimulation. It’s about the little mundane things we do to keep ourselves distracted when loneliness becomes a constant and leaves us feeling apathetic.” From the get-go, this track had us hooked from the first burst! This track is a step in the right direction for All Time Low, offering their fanbase a vision of optimism in this unpredictable world we are living in right now.

All Time Low’s new track featuring Pale Waves was officially released on July 30 on various streaming channels, with diverse promo content featured on both their social media accounts in the lead up to the release.

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