Satellite

Album: Future Hearts (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the opening track of Future Hearts, All Time Low's sixth album. The song sets up the record.

    Vocalist Alex Gaskarth explained to Kerrang!: "This record has a loose concept, (about) moments in our band's history that's got us to where we are now. 'Satellite' is a nod to our humble beginnings, being stupid kids, sneaking out at night and sleeping in parking lots."

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