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This Easter Egg In The Artwork For All Time Low’s ‘Don’t Panic’ Is Surprising Everyone

Brii Jamieson
Brii Jamieson 13 September 2019 at 10.02

How... did we not see this?

There's symbolism everywhere, if you just pay attention. And apparently that's particularly true when you're looking at the artwork for All Time Low's albums. 

A super eagle-eyed fan has spotted that the artwork for the extended version of All Time Low's 2012 album 'Don't Panic' isn't as it seems... The monster on the cover is actually tearing through the original artwork for their 2009 album 'Nothing Personal', and causing absolute chaos.

So this is the artwork for 'Don't Panic: It's Longer Now':

And this is the artwork for 'Nothing Personal':

See the pattern around the outside? The signature black birds at the bottom? 

Mind. Blown.

But it's not just our minds that are blown - All Time Low guitarist Jack Barakat also didn't know until the above tweet brought it to his attention:


All Time Low frontman Alex Gaskarth did seem to know ahead of time, however...


So catch us analyzing all of the artwork for All Time Low's albums today to work out what else we've missed.

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