ALL TIME LOW "LAST YOUNG RENEGADE" IN-STORE SIGNING
Songbyrd and All Time Low Present
Upstairs, All Ages
DOORS: 7:30 PM // SHOW: 7:30 PM
FREE w/ ALBUM PURCHASE
All Time Low "Last Young Renegade" In-Store Signing!
Saturday June 3, 2017
ONE item per purchase (i.e. 2 items purchase gets 2 wristbands for signing etc) & album MUST be purchased through Songbyrd (see below for purchase
options) to receive wristband for signing.
You can buy the album in-store starting on release day 6/2 or anytime up to the event and receive a wristband for the 6/3 signing event (don't lose that wristband!); OR
You can pre-order either the vinyl record or CD here and bring your ticket with you with ID the day of the event to receive your album and wristband for the signing event!
**NOTE: there is a small convenience/processing fee associated with the Ticketfly pre-order; this option is offered for your convenience but is not required for participation; you may also pre-order ahead of time in-store or arrive and purchase day of while supplies last**
ABOUT "LAST YOUNG RENEGADE"
With over a decade of material under their belts, All Time Low are set to shake things up with their seventh studio album this June. Titled Last Young Renegade, the 10-track LP features a thematic shift from the band's previous projects evident in singles "Life of the Party" and "Last Young Renegade."
"Last Young Renegade is my favorite record we've ever made, for sure," frontman Alex Gaskarth tells Fuse. "We've gone through a lot getting to where we are now, and I think a lot of that story we've never told—some of the darker times, some of the times when we had self-doubt...We kind of got a little more creative with the story on this record. I think there's a big overarching theme on the album and a lot of connective tissue between the songs."
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"Even though this is a little bit darker, and thematically it's a little bit different, we're still shrouded around by a lot of positivity in previous records," drummer Rian Dawson adds.
The Maryland natives also praised the current music industry's increasing fluidity that encourages fans to explore multiple genres. "Growing up...you listened to one thing, and if you told anyone that you listened to anything else, you were a poser."