All Time Low, Don’t Panic, Album Review

Mairéad Bilton-Gough

Published on ToneDeaf

Maryland natives move away from mainstream airwaves and back to their roots for 5th LP.

More often than not, when pop-punk bands begin to make a name for themselves they become a lot more pop than punk.

It seemed All Time Low were very much headed in that direction with 2011’s Dirty Work, soon to fit the category of ‘bands I used to be into’ for many a pop-punk fan.

Luckily, with the release of their fifth and latest album, the four-piece have headed back to their roots – as seems to be trending for many bands of the genre of late. Don’t Panic sees the group returning to their old label, and resembling their original sound.

Insanely catchy guitar riffs and drum beats fill the 12-track listing, with much of the collection bound to get stuck in your head and have you singing along.


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