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All Time Low singer Alexander Gaskarth openly voiced what many people were probably thinking. During last night's Grammys telecast, the show touched on the very sensitive topic of domestic violence by introducing the It's On Us campaign, an organization to help raise awareness of and fight sexual assault. And while there's no argument that this is an issue that definitely needs to be brought to light, Gaskarth couldn't ignore the big elephant in the room—this was happening at an event where Chris Brown, who physically assaulted ex-girlfriend Rihanna after a pre-Grammys party in 2009, was in attendance. "Wow. Unbelievable. Maybe #ItsOnUs to not invite people like @chrisbrown to the »
All Time Low is gearing up to release their new album, Future Hearts, on April 7th – and the first single off the album, “Something’s Gotta Give” is already proving to be a monster hit.
The music video for the uber-catchy new punk/pop-rock tune has already amassed over 1.5 million views on YouTube and features lead singer Alex Gaskarth roaming about in a French fry costume as he attempts to hit on a model, befriend his band-mates and cuddle a cat. Unfortunately, none of them want anything to do with the 27-year-old, but it’s not until he glances at his reflection that he understands why: He’s A Zombie. Gaskarth then goes on to infect Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson, and Zack Merrick with his zombie-bite – and in the end, he’s put out of his own misery. Yikes?
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