All Time Low are in the midst of celebrating the ten year anniversary of their career-defining record Nothing Personal. The band graced The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, California earlier this week.
During the performance, the band treated fans to two album deep cuts that have never been played live before. For the first time ever, fans got to wild out to tracks ‘Hello, Brooklyn’ and ‘Walls’. You can check out fan-shot footage of the affair below.
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As Altpress note, Alex Gaskarth has previously delved into the reason he refuses to play ‘Hello, Brooklyn’.
“There’s definitely things that I probably wouldn’t do now on a song that I did then,” Gaskarth revealed. “I was trying things and wanting to make stuff work. And other things were a little bit of a lack of knowledge of how to correctly write songs.”
“I probably wouldn’t chant the names of a bunch of cities again if I was being honest. [Laughs.] But that song was fun actually because we, so “Hello Brooklyn,” we’ve literally never played live. That’s one we really had to dig in on and get right as we played it again for this rerecord.”
The band have three more dates on their Nothing Personal anniversary tour. They’ll be hitting up Chicago on December 2oth, and Sayreville on December 27th and 28th.
In other news, Alex Gaskarth was recently down under with Mark Hoppus to debut their new side project, Simple Creatures, to Australian audiences. The pair conquered the Good Things stage with their pop-inflected glory. You can read our interview with Simple Creatures here.