All Time Low threw on some furry costumes for their new "Backseat Serenade" video.
We've all held a crappy part-time job at some point -- it's just a sucky part of growing up. (Also: Don't call yourself a "sandwich sculptor" if you work in fast-food service. Denial only makes the truth sound worse.) So when All Time Low hit the local arcade in furry animal costumes for their new "Backseat Serenade" video, which they performed for us yesterday, we totally felt their part-time pain. Seriously, who wants to entertain hoards of sugar-crazed/puking/overstimulated children for a living?! Nope, we'll take the grocery store cashier gig!
Watch All Time Low's "Backseat Serenade" video, and check out behind-the-scenes photos from the making of "Backseat Serenade" after the jump.
Directed by Jeremy Rall, "Backseat Serenade" opens with All Time Low waking up from their respective drool-covered pillows (we're assuming) to stare at their work attire: giant furry animal costumes. While we initially thought they were going to Ke$ha's house, the band instead head on over to their nine-to-five at a local arcade. And while their gig sounds straightforward enough (entertain kids / look cute 'n' huggable), there's definitely a major plot twist in what should be a harmless job description. We don't want to give anything away, but let's just say that All Time Low's job can and does get worse. Ugh, if only the boys could break away from their crappy gig to be in a super-successful pop-punk band! (Oh wait, yeah, never mind.)
Photo credit: Hopeless Records