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April 2020
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All Time Low have shared another new track, 'Melancholy Kaleidoscope'

It follows up on previous recent offerings 'Getaway Green', 'Sleeping In' and 'Some Kind of Disaster'.
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Published: 8:09 am, March 26, 2020
All Time Low have shared another new track, 'Melancholy Kaleidoscope'

All Time Low have shared another taster of their forthcoming abum.

'Melancholy Kaleidoscope' is a typical shot of pop punk pep, and serves as the fourth preview of the upcoming 'Wake Up, Sunshine', which is due to drop on 3rd April. We've already heard previous offerings 'Getaway Green', 'Sleeping In' and 'Some Kind of Disaster'.

In an update on Twitter Alex Gaskarth explains he "knows it's weird to put a record out now but we felt like it was important because what everyone is going through is a shared experience and we made this record to make people feel good".

You can check out 'Melancholy Kaleidoscope' below.

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