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In 2007, the four members of All Time Low hadn’t even hit the legal drinking age when a couple of boyishly goofy songs about girls began to push them beyond their local scene.Signed to the taste-making indie label Hopeless Records, the Maryland quartet released their scrappy but hopeful sophomore album So Wrong, It’s Right, and suddenly pop-punk had a new band of skinny-jeans-wearing heroes with frosted, side-swept hair.
Bowling against one another allows them to indulge in a bit of the harmless chaos that made them stand out in the first place.
“It’s like, ‘OK, what can we do besides play our show that will maybe have these guys be like, “This band isn’t that bad”? In the time since that magical pop-punk renaissance from which All Time Low emerged, most of their contemporaries have broken up, reconfigured or moved on entirely.
All Time Low, on the other hand, have only gotten bigger.
“We kind of know what we’re doing now,” the singer says with a laugh.
Recalling the sessions for So Wrong, Gaskarth notes how songs often arose out of random moments and spurts of inspiration.