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by Aja Landolfi, junior co-editor in chief

All Time Low came back with a short six stop tour, to celebrate the release of their new album Future Hearts. They had a show on Long Island courtesy of the record store Looney Tunes. All the fans that attended the show were thrilled and can't wait to see what's next for All Time Low.  Picture by Aja Landolfi.
All Time Low came back with a short six stop tour, to celebrate the release of their new album Future Hearts. They had a show on Long Island courtesy of the record store Looney Tunes. All the fans that attended the show were thrilled and can’t wait to see what’s next for All Time Low. Picture by Aja Landolfi.

Thanks to the Long Island record store Looney Tunes, fans of the band All Time Low had the chance to attend a special extended acoustic performance from the band. The performance took place on April 6 at 6pm at the Revolution Bar and Music Hall in Amityville, Long Island.

To get into the concert, fans had to preorder All Time Low’s newest album/LP (vinyl) “Future Hearts” from Looney Tunes. Once purchased, fans had to go to Looney Tunes before the day of the concert to pick up a wristband that would grant them entrance to the show.

“I still can’t imagine how amazing last night was and how amazing Future Hearts is,” fan/concertgoer Claudia tweeted.

The concert was full of energy. With 1.35M Twitter fans, normal concerts from the band are always packed. Many fans couldn’t believe that they were at a venue with only 450 other people, getting to watch All Time Low perform when normally it is a couple thousand fans cheering the band on.

“‘Bout to play some acoustic jams at Revolution. Wine Party,” lead singer/guitarist Alex Gaskarth tweeted.

All Time Low played a wide range of their songs. Some of the older songs they played were “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t)”, “Weightless”, “Backseat Serenade”, “Somewhere in Neverland” and “Therapy”. The two songs that they played off their new album Future Hearts were “Something’s Gotta Give” and “Kids In the Dark.”

Halfway through their set, the band decided to have story time with the fans. For a couple of minutes Gaskarth passed his microphone around the front of the crowd and Guitarist Jack Barakat told them to tell their best All Time Low related story.

“I honestly thought it was a really cool experience. I’ve liked the band for a while and really wanted to see them play. I had lots of fun and I would definitely go see them play again, but maybe not as an acoustic set next time,” freshman Robyn Landolfi said.

One of the only downsides of the night was that the event was also supposed to include a band signing. However, All Time Low was never informed that they were supposed to do a signing. As a result, they ended up playing an extra long set instead which left no time for a signing.

All in all, the night was full of high energy, jokes, good music and just an overall good time. With the taste of All Time Low fans got that night, fans can’t wait for the summer when All Time Low hits the road for their Future Hearts Tour which starts on April 27.

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