10 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

All Time Low began as windswept emo-pop faves. They’ve taken giant steps towards adulthood, and Last Young Renegade shows the lessons learned. “Life of the Party” flicks the light switch on and off, exposing crumpled cans and bodies. They bid farewell to youthful habits on “Nice2KnoU” and cut off bad relationships on “Drugs & Candy.” Their horizons expand with help from Tegan and Sara (“Ground Control”) and the uplifting “Afterglow” shows the band is here for the long haul.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

All Time Low began as windswept emo-pop faves. They’ve taken giant steps towards adulthood, and Last Young Renegade shows the lessons learned. “Life of the Party” flicks the light switch on and off, exposing crumpled cans and bodies. They bid farewell to youthful habits on “Nice2KnoU” and cut off bad relationships on “Drugs & Candy.” Their horizons expand with help from Tegan and Sara (“Ground Control”) and the uplifting “Afterglow” shows the band is here for the long haul.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
415 Ratings

415 Ratings

Dancer4evergb ,

Sigh

Did dirty work teach you nothing?

TwoThreeOneNineEmEye ,

Awesome, but...

I'm concerned. This album is reminding me a LOT of Dirty Work, which is not really a great thing. However, I find myself pleasantly surprised with the music so far. Yes, it's a bit more "poppy" than I like, but it's still really good. I want this album to be successful, but with this new sound from the band, I'm not sure what the result will be. They just released, what I thought was, their best album yet, so it might be hard to live up to those standards.

harrison322 ,

wait and see

I dont know how i feel about the new sound i miss the upbeat pop punk singles but i'll keep an open mind for now and see how the album comes out as a whole

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