All Time Low's dreamed up a new single.
All Time Low's never been known to follow the rules. The band's "The Reckless And The Brave" is an anthem about going your own way, a feeling we and our dad's Fleetwood Mac LPs can get behind. The track finds frontman Alex Gaskarth singing of "breaking out of a town called suburbia," and now he's "got a van, got a chance, got my dignity." The punk rockers' dreams are almost as big as the "Reckless" chorus, which will bury itself in your head like those mind-controlling worms from "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan." Just way less gross and worm-y.
Listen to All Time Low's "The Reckless And The Brave" after the jump.
With all this inspiration going around, maybe All Time Low and Justin Bieber should say "Never Say Never" on a collab track, though we're not sure that'd go over well on the band's current Warped Tour headlining dates. We have a dream that all our favorite musicians love each other, you guys! But it looks like the group will be holding it down in the punk world for a while longer. All Time Low says the track's a good preview of their upcoming fifth album, expected later this year: "It sets the tone perfectly for the whole record," according to drummer Rian Dawson. If you listen to it 10 times in a row, you can 'almost' hear the new album. Deep breath! Fingers crossed they get reckless and put it out, like, tomorrow.
+ Listen to All Time Low's "The Reckless And The Brave."