You know what's brilliant about bands? THERE'S ALWAYS MORE MUSIC TO LISTEN TO.
Aside from the songs that are found on the albums, bands love to throw out cheeky one-offs and b-sides for us to enjoy too. So here's the definitive list of All Time Low's harder to find bangers.
MEMORIES THAT FADE LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS
OLD SCHOOL. Appearing on the band's very first EP 'The Three Words To Remember In Dealing With The End', back in 2004, the band demonstrate a love of post-hardcore, ala Finch and Taking Back Sunday, that feels like a lifetime away from what was to come from them in years to come. Also, check out them gutterals.
HOW THE STORY ENDS
15's 'Future Hearts' sowed the seeds for ATL's poppier direction, but there was still room for some big chorus pop-punk brilliance at the tailend as this brilliant bonus track demonstrates.
The Far East got a real treat with this one. 'Chemistry' appeared on the Japanese version of 'Last Young Renegade' and is a perfect slice of romantic synth pop ready made for the sunshine.
STICKS, STONES AND TECHNO
God we miss 2005. A hidden track at the end of 'The Party Scene' featuring 3am beats, emo AF refrains and plenty of autotune. What a time.
How this didn't make the cut on 'Dirty Work' we will never truly know.
The 'Nothing Personal' era was just perfection wasn't it? This breezy jam was a leftover from those sessions but is no less infectious because of it.
How do you make one of Cyndi Lauper's most beloved and renowned songs even better than the original? You ask ATL to put their own spin on it ofc.
The most OG of all of the OG. Channelling Dookie era Green Day, this is All Time Low at their most fresh faced and raw.
LAST FLIGHT HOME
More 'The Three Words To Remember In Dealing With The End' goodness for your earholes. Wouldn't sound out of place on an American Pie soundtrack would it?
Remember 'Jennifer's Body'? You know that film where Megan Fox eats everybody? Yeaaah you got it. Well you'll remember this tune as well then.
Everybody remembers the 'It's Longer Now' edition of 'Don't Panic!' because of the excellent 'A Love Like War', but the likes of 'Canals' deserve just as much love and affection.
TIME TO BREAK UP
Don't tell us you haven't always wanted to hear All Time Low cover Blink-182.
GET DOWN ON YOUR KNEES AND TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME
There's a lot going on in this bonus cut from 'Dirty Work' and better believe that we're here for it.
ART OF THE STATE
A snippet of a demo sent by Alex Gaskarth to a fan over Twitter, it doesn't get much more rare than this. WE. WANT. MORE. THO.