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All Time Low & Sleeping With Sirens: Back to the Future Hearts Tour
with special guests Neck Deep & ONE OK ROCKSaturday, October 10th, 2015« view all past events
Award-winning rock band All Time Low are on top of the charts with their newest album Future Hearts and will tour nationwide beginning October 9th through November with Sleeping with Sirens and Japan’s One Ok Rock. Future Hearts was released April 7th on Hopeless Records and marks both the band’s and record label’s first #1 album debut.
Orlando’s Sleeping with Sirens will co-headline the tour. The recent release of Madness is the follow up to previous album, , which debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 200. Collectively, the band has sold over 716k combined albums to date, with 102 million album streams, and 83 million YouTube views.
Japan’s ONE OK ROCK will support All Time Low as opener. Formed in 2005, ONE OK ROCK is one of Japan’s most beloved rock bands, fusing emo, rock, and metal into their sound. ONE OK ROCK will release the band’s first U.S. album, entitled 35xxxv Deluxe Edition, on September 25th on Warner Bros. Records.
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 are available to the public beginning Friday, July 10th.
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, 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.
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