Following a full day of cryptic posts on social media, All Time Low unveiled what they were hiding from fans. On Wednesday (June 13), the Baltimore-founded band unleashed their first new song in an over year. Titled “Everything is Fine,” the new tune sounds like it could easily find a home on either the band’s 2011 release Dirty Work or 2012’s Don’t Panic! Lyrically though, the song sounds like it could be a B-side track off their recently released record, Last Young Renegade.
Listen to “Everything is Fine” above.
The new song’s debut comes a day after frontman Alex Gaskarth questioned whether his Twitter followers would be interested in some new music from the four-piece.
“You guys like new music or what?” the musician wrote on the social media platform.
Soon after, every social media account associated with the band and its members posted an image with the words “everything is fine." While fans now know that the cryptic posts were about the new song, not the future of the quartet, the band has yet to elaborate on whether this song will be a one-off single or if it will be part of a brand new album.
All Time Low released their seventh studio album, Last Young Renegade, last June making it their first release through their new home of Fueled By Ramen.
Later this summer, the four-piece will embark on the first leg of their Summer Ever After their run with Dashboard Confessional. The tour will begin on Aug. 3 at the Myth Live in St. Paul, Minnesota and conclude a few weeks later on Aug. 26 at the Stone Pony Summerstage in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Prior to the summertime trek, All Time Low will play three California stops on the final Vans Warped Tour. After that, they will head out to Chicago to perform at this year’s Lollapalooza.
Check out All Time Low’s summertime tour itinerary here.