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All Time Low "I Feel Like Dancin'", Well Sorta

All Time Low's new song "I Feel Like Dancin'" is definitely different.  Each of their albums has its own feel, and this one definitely shows that ATL has matured…if that's possible.  (Okay I take that back after listening past the first couple lines)

It's their first single off their new album Dirty Work, out June 7th.  What's pretty exciting is that Alex Gaskarth met up with the one and only Rivers Cuomo(who has hung out with every band in the entire universe) to write.
I'm not 100% sure how to feel about this tune.  It's good, and catchy, but it just doesn't feel… like he truly feels like dancin'.  This track feels forced.  The lyrics are clever and witty, but the song as a whole comes off as fake and not like the All Time Low I've known forever.  I understand bands change, but this song feels like it's for the worse.  I've listened to ATL for as long as I can remember, and not once did I ever think that the band forced the track and didn't really work that hard on it.  There were no filler tracks or half-done singles released.  This song feels like that, though, for the very first time.
However, ATL will be having signings in Hot Topic stores all across the US for those who buy their album early and an exclusive tee.  The first signing is on April 15th in Anaheim California.  So if thats your thing, I say go for it.  Check your local mall, ask them whats up if you see them.
Unfortunately, this song doesn't make me feel like dancin', but it does make me wonder why they chose this as the first single.  


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