As much as I did not like Dirty Work as much as I wanted I do feel a bit more hope for their next album. The fact they are not using any co-writes on the next album does spark some interest. I think they could do pop rock well if Alex did the lyrics. Their lyrics back in the day were memorable at least. Idk I liked Nothing Personal and still do on some summer days. I even like some Dirty Work songs but it is good that they are doing that. Never thought All Time Low as a big sell out or kid band. I think they have been pushing a more polished and poppy sound but not progressing in the process. I enjoyed the band in the past so I will give it a shot. Worst comes to worst it will have a few songs i can enjoy listening to.
This interview was a lot better then I was expecting. Really good answers to some really good questions. Really hope that Hoppus/ATL song reaches the light of day at some point. Looking forward to a more self contained new record.
I wonder if the reception for Dirty Work would have been different if I Feel Like Dancing wasn't the lead single, and they would have used that as the 2nd single instead.
Really glad to know they have probably seen me hate on that abomination of an album Dirty Work. But if they have, they should have also seen me say I still have hope for them as a band. I will def be checking out the new record. They have written really great songs before, there is no reason they can't do it again. As I said earlier, I am glad they are dropping the cowriting crap. They don't need it.
i like how on that "has fame affected your life" question jack had to remind alex about that creeper girl that waited at his house and and took pictures of his dogs and stuff and then alex was like "oh yeah there have been some incidents"
wasn't a big fan of dirty work or nothing personal (minus a few songs) but i'll always be excited for new all time low. in high school i fucked with put up or shut up hard.