All Time Low 

Knitting Factory, Thursday, April 19

Kids who grew up in the early 2000s likely have All Time Low's "Dear Maria, Count Me In" and "Damned If I Do Ya" imprinted in the backs of their minds. For its seventh and most recent album, Last Young Renegade (Fueled by Ramen, 2017), the Maryland-based rockers that produce what is already a nostalgic sound embrace a backward look at their own childhoods. "By returning to those warm feelings of wide-eyed wonder from childhood, bottling them up tight, and distilling them with years of wisdom, evolution becomes seamless," reads the All Time Low bio for Knitting Factory, where it will take the stage Thursday, April 19, in Boise. Last Young Renegade is something of a rebel's anthem, and listening through it is almost like watching a movie: Wide-angle tracks like "Drugs & Candy" easily rope the audience in to join the band on refrains, while tighter pieces like the title track are still-upbeat odes to lost relationships. Snag tickets to press play.

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