Within the newest installment of our Artist x Artist collection, we’re bringing collectively two of the better-known voices in pop-punk. All Time Low’s legacy within the style is firmly established, and with their years of expertise, they’ve began to take a look at and endorse who’s subsequent. On this case, vocalist/guitarist Alex Gaskarth was an early champion of the excellent Meet Me @ the Altar, who’ve proved their prowess with killer songs and a stay present that completely rips.
Gaskarth was an early champion of the band and even inspired Fueled by Ramen to signal the band, which they properly did. Of their dialog, Gaskarth and Meet Me @ the Altar chat in regards to the current resurgence of pop-punk, staying inventive throughout quarantine, and reaching new profession highs throughout these unusual instances. Meet Me @ the Altar additionally provides a glimpse of what’s to return on their upcoming Fueled by Ramen debut. The
Watch their dialog beneath.
All Time Low launched their newest album, Wake Up, Sunshine, final 12 months and it included the most important hit of the band’s profession with “Monsters,” which featured blackbear. As for Meet Me @ the Altar, we’re eagerly awaiting what’s to return on their debut album. In March, Meet Me @ the Altar launched their first single with Fueled By Ramen, “Hit Like a Lady,” in time for Ladies’s Historical past Month. “Hit Like a Lady” lyrically centered on feminine empowerment and so they proceed to guide the cost for the subsequent era of pop-punk bands.
Our earlier episodes of Artist x Artist noticed longtime friends Jonah Ray and “Bizarre Al” Yankovic discuss in regards to the latter’s prolonged profession in music and Hollywood. Sting and Shirazee spoke for the primary time after the latter put his personal twist on the ex-Police member’s “Englishman in New York,” aptly titled “African in New York. Paris Jackson and Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull went deep into the making of Jackson’s wilted album, which Hull collaborated with the singer-songwriter on.