"She just always does a good job at lending her talents. It was very cool." Pope lends her voice on two new tracks, "Backseat Serenade" and "So Long, Soldier." Other collaborators on the album include Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump and Jason Vena of Acceptance on the song "Outlines." "We've never done a whole lot of collaborations but there are times when you kind of go 'oh who would be cool on this song? "Don't Panic" was released in October and debuted at No. First single "For Baltimore" holds a special place in their hearts.
"It's about being in love in your hometown, but it's about that genuine love that comes from not only being in love with a person but also with your hometown," Gaskarth said.
' So for both songs she's featured on, she was just hanging out at the studio and we finally got her on the album."To hear Gaskarth geek out some more on sci-fi—including his thoughts on why the Borg from Tom Holland and Zendaya Coleman, of the upcoming film 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' go old Hollywood style for the cover of 'The Hollywood Reporter''s Next Gen Issue.
Before she was the odds-on favorite to win "The Voice" this week, Cassadee Pope was the lead singer of Hey Monday and, it seems, an in-demand guest vocalist for Baltimore-based alt-punk band All Time Low on their new album "Don't Panic." "She has such a sick and dynamic voice and a really cool range," frontman Alex Gaskarth told Billboard on the set of their Walmart Soundcheck taping.
"Our drummer Rian [Dawson] and her are dating now and have been for a couple years.
It's just one of those situations where we realized we never featured her on anything we've done and we were like, 'Why have we never put you on a song?
The band released their debut album The Party Scene in 2005 and their third album Nothing Personal reached 4th on the US Billboard chart in 2009., which involves the world being blown up by aliens to make way for a lightspeed highway," sci-fi fanboy Gaskarth explains."So leaning into this tour—which takes us to the end of the year, which is supposed to be when the world ends—it just all felt very cohesive.This just makes it official," the couple said to People.
So we rolled with the theme of, 'Hey, maybe we're all going to die soon, so let's have one last hurrah.'" [As you can tell from their demeanor in the interview above, they don't seem too concerned about the End of Days actually happening].The band also explain why Cassadee Pope—lead singer of Hey Monday and a contestant under Blake Shelton's tutelage on this season of "We've known Cass and Hey Monday for years and we've done several tours with them," says Gaskarth.