Buoyed by their Sonisphere slot last weekend, Maryland's kooky (see what I did there?) rock 'n' punk band, All Time Low, must be on an all time high already - they've just announced details of their own headline tour for early next year. The lads toured the UK earlier this year (during the spring) and sold out pretty much every show, before hitting two of the biggest festivals of the summer last weekend, Sonisphere and T in the Park.
Next year's jaunt should sweep away the winter cobwebs as they are kicking-off in Newcastle on 15th January, followed by Preston, Manchester and more Northerly towns, before heading south to Cardiff, Yeovil and more until closing the tour out at the Hammersmith Apollo in West London. Support for the tour comes from The Maine and We Are the in Crowd. Tickets for the 2012 tour will be £17.50 and we will have tickets on sale from Friday morning at 9am.
All Time Low's latest album, "Dirty Work", has garnered success on both sides of the Atlantic, scoring a Top 10 Billboard placing, as well as bothering the Top 20 in the UK, their first hit over here. And what do hit albums make? Sell-out shows!