ALL TIME LOW announce Canadian dates

ALL TIME LOW
Future Hearts Tour Hits Canada in September
All Time Low Featured in FAN GIRL film alongside Kiernan Shipka and Meg Ryan
Award-winning rock band All Time Low are on top of the charts with their newest album Future Hearts. Future Hearts was released April 7th on Hopeless Records and marks both the band’s and record label’s first #1 album debut in the USA (#3 in Canada). Following a summer lineup of European shows and festival dates, the successful Future Hearts tour will hit Canada in September for eight shows (complete list below).
All Time Low hit the road on a sold-out headlining arena and large theater tour in North America with Issues, Tonight Alive and State Champs as support in the spring after selling out London’s famed Wembley Arena on March 20th. Tickets for all shows in Canada are available now at THIS location.
The lead single off Future Hearts, “Something’s Gotta Give,” has sold over 100,000 singles on iTunes, received over 4.5 millions views on YouTube (smarturl.it/SGGVideo), 7.3 million plays on Spotify, 5 million plays on Pandora and currently #60 on the USA radio pop chart and continues to grow. The track has received major international radio exposure: A-list record at BBC Radio 1, added to the SiriusXM Hits1 Playlist, #1 at Sirius XM Faction and rotation at top stations in Germany, Australia, Italy, Singapore and many other countries worldwide. Since the announcement of the new album, the band has been featured by MTV, Twitter Music, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, Billboard and on the covers of Alternative Press, Rock Sound and Kerrang! magazines.
Future Hearts is now available at iTunes (http://smarturl.it/futurehearts).
In addition, All  Time Low make their film debut in the independent movie Fan Girl, alongside Kiernan Shipka and Meg Ryan.  The film will premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 15th.  Additional screenings to be announced shortly.
About All Time Low:
American rock band All Time Low’s sixth studio album, Future Hearts, debuted at #1 in the US and UK and is topping the charts across the globe.  The band has sold millions of albums worldwide, raked in 100+ million views on YouTube, toured with bands like Fall Out Boy, Green Day and Foo Fighters, and have played major festivals like Soundwave in Australia and Vans Warped Tour in America. Made up of members Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Zack Merrick and Rian Dawson, All Time Low burst onto the scene in 2003 with their debut album, The Party Scene, and have released five studio albums prior to Future Hearts. The band hit #1 with multiple album releases on Billboard’s Rock Albums and Alternative Albums chart and debuted their last three consecutive albums in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200. They’ve appeared on national television shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Tonight Show, were named “Band of the Year” by Alternative Press Magazine, and have won two AP Awards and two Kerrang Awards.
About Hopeless Records:
Founded in 1993, Hopeless Records is a Southern California independent record label that has been home to breakout artists All Time Low, Avenged Sevenfold, Taking Back Sunday, The Used, The Wonder Years, Neck Deep and many more. The label’s international team includes staff across the globe in the UK, Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan, Singapore and Brazil. Throughout its 21-year history, Hopeless Records has released more than 200 albums and earned seven top 10 releases in the last two years. The label’s charitable arm, Sub City was established with the mission of connecting bands, fans and the causes they are passionate about. Sub City has raised more than 2.3 million dollars for over 50 non-profit organizations.
For more information visit - http://hopelessrecords.com
2015 Canadian Tour Dates:
DATE   CITY                            VENUE
9/17      Portland, ME                 State Theatre
9/18      Montreal, QC                 Metropolis
9/19      Toronto, ON                  Riot Fest
9/22      Winnipeg, MB                 Garrick Centre
9/23      Saskatoon, SK              O’Brian’s Event Centre
9/24      Edmonton, AB               Union Hall
9/25      Calgary, AB                   MacEwan Ballroom
9/27      Vancouver, BC               Vogue Theatre

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