We’ll just be here playing “Weightless” on repeat-one for the rest of the day! All Time Low has big plans to celebrate Nothing Personal turning 10 this year, with shows and more on the way!

Returning to Red Bull Studios in Los Angeles, the band completely re-recorded the album, with cameras rolling to capture the entire process.

Set for release on November 8, fans can watch the companion documentary alongside It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute.

If you’re looking to catch All Time Low performing the LP in its entirety, they’re hitting Los Angeles, Chicago, and Sayreville, New Jersey in December. Tickets are on sale Friday.


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Hey all, it’s been 10 years since Nothing Personal came out, and you know what? It’s Still Nothing Personal. Get it? Ok good. Anyway! We’ll be playing the album in its entirety in 3 cities across the country this December: LA, Chicago, and Sayreville, NJ. Tickets go on sale this Friday (Hustlers, check the site for your presale info…), and we cant wait to see you! 10 years after first releasing Nothing Personal, we returned to Red Bull Studios in LA to revisit the making of the album. “It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute” features all new recordings of the classic album. While we were there, we filmed the entire recording process and checked in with a few familar faces for a documentary about the album. “It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute” available everywhere November 8. Tracklisting: 1. Weightless 2. Break Your Little Heart 3. Damned If I Do (Damned If I Don’t) 4. Lost In Stereo 5. Stella 6. Sick Little Games 7. Hello, Brooklyn 8. Walls 9. Too Much 10. Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal 11. A Party Song (The Walk Of Shame) 12. Therapy

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Which other classic albums would you like to see bands re-visit? Which are too perfect to touch?

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