Song marks second career No. 1 single
Multi-Platinum selling rock band All Time Low lands their second career No. 1 single with “Sleepwalking” hitting the top spot on alternative radio. It also marks the band’s third song to secure a coveted top five position on the chart.
The first new release from the Maryland quartet since 2021, “Sleepwalking” has been charting for nearly 16 weeks and amassed almost 10 million streams across DSPs. The chart-topping song is the first single to be released from their upcoming ninth studio album Tell Me I’m Alive dropping March 17th, preceding the recently-released title track “Tell Me I’m Alive.” “Sleepwalking” was written by frontman Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, and Andrew Goldstein; and produced by Gaskarth, Goldstein, and Zakk Cervini.
In addition, the band will perform to sold out crowds at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO which they are headlining for the first time on May 23rd, as well as Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on May 18th for a special unplugged performance.
“We’re absolutely mind-blown,” Gaskarth states of the achievement. “Another number one, capped off with selling out dream shows at bucket-list venues like Red Rocks and The Ryman. Humbled and grateful and ready to put on a damn show!”
The band is also celebrating multiple sold out stops on their upcoming European tour which kicks off February 19th and includes sold out shows in Madrid, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Antwerp and Dublin. The tour will culminate March 17th in a special album release show at London’s iconic OVO Arena Wembley.
The accolade adds to a growing list of achievements for All Time Low as their catalog consists of five consecutive Top 10 albums on the Billboard Top 200 in addition to picking up multi-Platinum, Platinum, and Gold certifications. Last year, the band served up the standalone single, “Once In A Lifetime,” which reached the Top 5 at alternative radio and attracted critical acclaim and in 2020, the band’s record-breaking Platinum-certified smash “Monsters” featuring Blackbear took home Alternative Rock Song of the Year at the iHeartRadio Music Awards and clinched No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay Chart for an unprecedented 18 weeks, emerging as the longest charting song ever at the modern rock format.