All Time Low has announced a new album called Tell Me I'm Alive.
The follow-up to 2020's Wake Up, Sunshine — which spawned the hit "Monsters" — will arrive March 17. It includes the previously released single "Sleepwalking."
A second cut, the title track, is available now via digital outlets. Its accompanying video is streaming now on YouTube.
Along with the album news, All Time Low has announced concerts at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium and Colorado's famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre, taking place May 18 and May 23, respectively. According to a press release, the Nashville show will feature a "one-of-a-kind, stripped down set with surprise guests."
Meanwhile, All Time Low has been involved in a libel lawsuit against several anonymous social media accounts that accused the band, and specifically guitarist Jack Barakat, of sexual misconduct. Last December, Rolling Stone reported that a judge in the case ruled that Twitter must provide "identifying information" for one of the accounts named in the lawsuit.
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