The past few days have seen a bit of teasing going on within the All Time Low camp, but the Maryland based pop-punks have now confirmed that they’ve signed a deal with Fueled By Ramen, becoming the latest addition to the label’s roster.
The band were previously on Hopeless Records, who the band originally signed with back in 2006 to put out their ‘Put Up Or Shut Up’ EP. They then continued to put out the band’s releases up until 2011’s ‘Dirty Work’, which was released via Interscope Records.
They then returned back to Hopeless Records, through which they put out 2012’s ‘Don’t Panic’ and 2015’s ‘Future Hearts’.
All Time Low have released a statement regarding their signing and departure from Hopeless Records, which you can read in full below:
Fueled By Ramen are expected to put out what will be the band’s seventh full-length record, the video for the lead single of which, ‘Dirty Laundry’, can be streamed and watched below:
More details surrounding the band’s yet-to-be-titled seventh album and debut release through Fueled By Ramen will be confirmed over the coming weeks.