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I am sure that I am not alone when I say that I am glad that live shows are back, even more so now that international acts have been allowed to travel over to the UK now. Not that UK artists aren't great, they are, but it's nice to be able to see our favourite acts again.
It was typically cold for a Scottish Evening and it was the last night of the tour for All Time Low (supporting acts were Meet Me @ The Altar and The Maine). Their Live in the UK Tour was a hit as always, the line of fans stretched all the way down the street and wrapped around the back of the venue into The Barras, even as the first act started to play. It is fair to say that even though it was their second night at this venue, the show was still sold out which speaks for how much fans had wanted to see them. It feels as though it has been an era since we last got to see them.
The quartet arrived on stage to cheers and screams, hyping up everyone in the venue, including the performers. Their opening song was "Some Kind of Disaster" which was met with fans throwing what looked like foam red noses onto the stage, followed quickly by "Dark Side of Your Room" and "Six Feet Under the Stars". It is fair to say that we could all feel the bouncing of the wooden floorboards at this point, and I had to wonder how sturdy the structure was.
You couldn't replicate the atmosphere of the night as the band played a mix of old and new songs, a personal favourite of mine was "PMA". The crowd sang along to every single song throughout the night without missing a note. They disappeared after a final song "Glitter and Crimson" but the crowd weren't finished with them yet. Chants of "here we, here we, here we f*cking go!" filled the iconic venue, no one was ready to finish the night without hearing their favouite song. All Time Low came back onstage to play "Monsters" and then finally "Dear Maria, Count Me In" which is their double platinum selling record. Always a crowd favourite.
Now we were finally satisfied, with one final round of confetti cannons the night was at an end. Ears ringing and still buzzing with adrenaline, the crowds of fans filled out into the night, reminiscing about the night and already thinking about the next time All Time Low will grace a Glasgow stage.
Coverage by Tyler Sams