Without ever consciously meaning to, All Time Low have carved out their very own niche in pop culture. The multiplatinum quartet from the U.S. state of Maryland has conquered the charts, sold out arenas around the world, and written a string of irresistible anthems along the way. Their catalog includes five consecutive Top 10 albums in the Billboard Top 200 ("So Wrong, It's Right" was even included in the list of "50 Greatest Pop Punk Albums" by Rolling Stone), plus multiplatinum, platinum and gold awards. The extent of All Time Low's influence on today's pop culture can also be seen in the fact that peers like 5 Seconds of Summer have covered their songs, names like Cheat Codes and Pierce the Veil have jumped at the chance to collaborate, and visionaries like Tim Burton and Diablo Cody have used their music in their films.
In 2020, the band scaled new heights in both chart success and critical acclaim with their album "Wake Up, Sunshine." For example, the single "Monsters" [feat. blackbear] gave them the biggest hit of their band's career to date. The song stayed at #1 on Billboard's "Alternative Airplay" chart for 18 weeks (longer than any song before it on the "Modern Rock" format of the U.S. charts), went platinum in the U.S., and was crowned "Alternative Rock Song of the Year" at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Festivals from Bonnaroo to Firefly booked the band for the big stages, popular U.S. television formats from the "Late Late Show with James Corden" to "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", "Ellen" and "Good Morning America" welcomed All Time Low on their show. Now, All Time Low is ushering in a new era for themselves with the release of "Sleepwalking."