Pop punks All Time Low to play the Farm on Sunday

Man Overboard and Hand Guns will open

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The guys in the pop punk outfit All Time Low may have already reached their all-time high on the charts a few years ago, but they are still releasing new records and hitting the road. On Sunday, they drop by the Music Farm. They'll be joined by Man Overboard and Hand Guns.

Inspired by turn-of-the-century punk gurus Blink-182, All Time Below began performing covers back in high school. In 2005, the band released its first album, The Party Scene, which earned them a 2007 slot on the Warped Tour stage and a supporting tour role with the Plain White T's. All Time Low continued to make a steady climb up the Billboard charts culminating in their hit single "Dear Maria, Count Me In," followed by their 2009 album, Nothing Personal. The Baltimore-based crew — Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson, and Zack Merrick — are currently touring behind its latest, Don't Panic.

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