Time Bomb

Album: Dirty Work (2011)
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  • Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeau of Simple Plan originally penned this tune. However during the writing process they deemed it more of an "All Time Low song" and allowed the band to have the song. In return, Alex Gaskarth guested on the Simple Plan track "Freaking Me Out" from their Get Your Heart On! album.
  • The song's music video was directed by K. Asher Levin and features the band performing on a Los Angeles rooftop while a SWAT team tries to stop a guy from saving his girlfriend by means of an artificial heart. The girl is played by Malese Jow, whom you might recognise from her roles of young fashion designer Geena Fabiano in the Nickelodeon television series Unfabolous and teenage vampire Anna in Vampire Diaries.

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  • Ashley from Oshkosh, AlYup this is true. I saw it in an interview with Alex and Jack. He said he and Pierre were both working with Matt Squire writing songs and they were writing this song and realized it sounded more like an All Time Low song, so Alex looked it over and added some things to it.
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