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All Time Low tour dates 2024

All Time Low is currently touring across 1 country and has 5 upcoming concerts.

Their next tour date is at The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, after that they'll be at The Salt Shed Outdoors (fairgrounds) in Chicago.

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The Salt Shed Outdoors (fairgrounds)

The Rave/Eagles Club

Music Hall of Williamsburg

Merriweather Post Pavilion

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Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre

MGM Grand Garden Arena

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Took my daughter to her absolute favorite band for her sweet 16. It was cool because it was her actual birthday on the day of the concert. We got box seats so that we could sit if we wanted and not be on the floor and risk not being able to see, and avoid potential mosh pits! It was excellent. One person did fall and had a hard time but the lead singer of ATL stopped the concert and brought in security to get the person off the floor to safety and got them checked out. That was really cool. Never been to a concert where that happened. We missed Dashboard Confessional, but that couldn’t be helped. We have never been to the Fillmore venue and we were not disappointed!

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This was my first All Time Low concert and I enjoyed it so much. I already loved the band yet somehow, I seemed to love them even more after the show. The streamers, the confetti and the lights were an amazing asset to the performance and I really, really, really hope that they tour again in England and I get to see them again. Their charisma was like nothing I was expecting and the general atmosphere supported by the boys (men really) was amazing. Everyone was singing, dancing, jumping, raving and it was one of the best experiences of my life. Dear Maria Count Me In in the encore was extraordinary and it was very sentimental as it was from So Wrong It’s Right. Kids In The Dark and Lost In Stereo were two of my favourite songs played at the show, and somehow again, I’ve come to love them even more. Dark Side Of Your Room was and addition to the setlist and my friends and I were thrilled with the change. It was a shame Pierce the Veil didn’t tour due to certain circumstances, but Creeper got the crowd going wild before ATL even came out. I would definitely see All Time Low again, and hopefully they’ll perform the same setlist but with a new album soon!

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As it was my first time seeing All Time Low, I wasn't quite sure, what to expect. That being said - I was not disappointed!

First of all, let me recommend you that if this is your first time to a Show like this and you're uncomfortable in a crowd, avoid the Center of the crowd, as this is where it gets really wild and you're very likely to be squashed or jumped on (in a harmless way).

The band's Performance was amazing, packing out all of their greatest Songs, you are sure to hear your favourite, with Alex' live vocals sounding as clear as they do on CD, whether it's while jumping around to Kids In The Dark or performing a quieter Version of Therapy.

On stage banter and crowd interaction also didn't come too short, with the crowd being encouraged to sing and jump along, or even get up on peoples' shoulders.

If you feel like it, bring along a spare bra to throw up on stage and Show your love.

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All Time Low and Dashboard Confessional Announce ‘The Summer Ever After’ Tour

Fueled By Ramen Emo giants All Time Low and Dashboard Confessional announced a massive North American tour this morning (May 14) that will encapsulate 17 dates throughout the summer.

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All Time Low and Dashboard Confessional announced a massive North American tour this morning (May 14) that includes 17 dates throughout the summer. The Summer Ever After Tour will start in St. Paul, Minnesota on Aug. 3 and end Aug. 26 in Asbury Park, New Jersey. A second leg of the tour is set to be announced in the next few weeks.

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Pre-sale tickets will be available May 15 th at 10:00 am, with the remaining tickets going on sale Friday, May 18 th . Check out either  band’s website for ticket information, and see all of the dates below.


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5 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

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9 – Columbus, OH – Express Live! Outdoor Amphitheatre

10 – Cleveland, OH – Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

11 – Bethlehem, PA – Musikfest

12 – Lewiston, NY – Artpark Amphitheater

14 – Toronto, ON – Echo Beach

16 – Wallingford, CT – Toyota Presents Oakdale

17 – Philadelphia, PA – Skyline Stage at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts

18 – Baltimore, MD – MECU Pavilion

19 – New York, NY – Pier 17 at South Street Seaport

21 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE – Outdoors

24 – Portland, ME – Maine State Pier

25 – Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

26 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summerstage

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All Time Low Announce North American 'The Sound of Letting Go on Tour'

Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning today, and general on-sale will kick off this Friday, April 28 at 10:00am local time.


Multi-platinum-selling rock band All Time Low have announced "The Sound Of Letting Go On Tour," a North American fall headline trek featuring special guests Gym Class Heroes, Grayscale, and Lauren Hibberd.


The 21-city tour will kick off on September 8 with a hometown show in Baltimore, MD, visit major markets coast-to-coast, and wrap on October 17 in Portland, OR [full itinerary below]. Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning today, and general on-sale will kick off this Friday, April 28 at 10:00am local time HERE .

Next month, All Time Low will hit the road for leg one of "Tell Me I'm Alive On Tour" with support from Mayday Parade and Games We Play. The 25-city North American Trek includes two special shows of legendary proportions that quickly sold out - the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO which All Time Low is headlining for the first time on May 23; and a special unplugged performance at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on May 18 that will kick off the epic headlining tour.

Additionally, All Time Low will appear at When We Were Young Festival 2023 in Las Vegas this October. A complete list of upcoming tour dates and ticket information can be found HERE .

All Time Low's latest studio album Tell Me I'm Alive was released last month, and is available HERE via Fueled By Ramen. The 13-track collection marks All Time Low's first full-length album in three years and ushers in an exciting new era for the band.

Recorded in Los Angeles and Aspen with longtime collaborators Zakk Cervini [blink-182, Machine Gun Kelly, Halsey] and Andrew Goldstein [Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Jxdn], the album is a gut punch of renegade riffs and intense introspection that finds the band reaching thrilling new heights of creativity.

Highlighted songs on Tell Me I'm Alive include the new soul-baring chant-along focus track "Calm Down," as well as the "Sleepwalking," which hit No. 1 at Alternative Radio, the emotional title track "Tell Me I'm Alive," and "Modern Love," the anti-dating anthem ironically released on Valentine's Day. All Time Low recently delivered the network television debut performance of "Calm Down" on Good Morning America.

Of the album, frontman Alex Gaskarth states, "'Tell Me I'm Alive' is an exploration of loneliness, isolation, and coping with the pitfalls of a world that feels like it's out to get you after collectively going through several very tumultuous years kicked off by the pandemic.

It is not a 'pandemic record,' per se, but written on the heels of such a life-changing event, its themes are certainly focused through and informed by that lens; Some songs echo defiance and a desire to escape, others are reflective and remorseful over lost time and longing for deeper connections and deeper meaning.

We wanted to instill a hopeful tone, but ultimately this album is about dealing with hopelessness and surviving. We hope our fans find comfort in the understanding that even at our lowest points, there can be forward motion, growth, the strength to let go of what no longer serves us, and ultimately a message of resilience."

All Time Low Tour Dates

May 07, 2023 - West Palm Beach, FL - SunFest 2023

May 18, 2023 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium

May 19, 2023 - Chattanooga, TN - The Signal

May 20, 2023 - Birmingham, AL - Avondale Brewing Company

May 23, 2023 - Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre

May 24, 2023 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Union Event Center

May 26, 2023 - Riverside, CA - Riverside Municipal Auditorium

May 27, 2023 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theatre

May 28, 2023 - Albuquerque, NM - Revel Entertainment Center

May 30, 2023 - San Antonio, TX - The Aztec Theater

June 01, 2023 - Austin, TX - ACL Live - Moody Theater

June 02, 2023 - Oklahoma City, OK - The Criterion

June 03, 2023 - Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre At the Midland

June 04, 2023 - Milwaukee, WI - The Rave / Eagles Club

June 06, 2023 - Newport, KY - MegaCorp Pavilion

June 07, 2023 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE Outdoor

June 09, 2023 - Columbus, OH - KEMBA Live!

June 10, 2023 - Stroudsburg, PA - Sherman Theater

June 11, 2023 - Portland, ME - State Theatre

June 14, 2023 - Richmond, VA - The National

June 16, 2023 - Raleigh, NC - The Ritz

June 17, 2023 - North Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues Myrtle Beach

June 22, 2023 - Mexico City, Mexico - Pepsi Center

June 24, 2023 - Monterrey, Mexico - Machaca 2023

June 30, 2023 - Austin, TX - Moody Center

July 01 - Dallas, TX - Dos Equis Pavilion

September 08, 2023 - Baltimore, MD - Maryland State Fair*

September 10, 2023 - Boston, MA - MGM Music Hall at Fenway*

September 12, 2023 - New York, NY - The Rooftop at Pier 17*

September 15, 2023 - Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom*

September 17, 2023 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore*

September 20, 2023 - Toronto, ON - HISTORY*

September 22, 2023 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore*

September 23, 2023 - Chicago, IL - Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom*

September 24, 2023 - St. Louis, MO - The Factory*

September 26, 2023 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore*

September 27, 2023 - Atlanta, GA - Coca-Cola Roxy*

September 28, 2023 - Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live*

October 01, 2023 - New Orleans, LA - The Fillmore*

October 03, 2023 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live - Ballroom*

October 04, 2023 - Dallas, TX - The Factory in Deep Ellum*

October 06, 2023 - Phoenix, AZ - The Van Buren*

October 07, 2023 - San Diego, CA - Observatory SD*

October 11, 2023 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern*

October 14, 2023 - San Francisco, CA - The Warfield*

October 16, 2023 - Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo*

October 17, 2023 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater*

October 21, 2023 - Las Vegas, NV - When We Were Young Festival 2023

October 22, 2023 - Las Vegas, NV - When We Were Young Festival 2023

*On-sale Friday, April 28 at 10:00am local time

About All Time Low

All Time Low have undeniably, albeit unassumingly carved out their own corner of popular culture. The multi-platinum Maryland quartet have toppled charts, sold out arenas worldwide, and served up a series of instantly irresistible anthems in the process.

Their catalog consists of five consecutive Top 10 albums on the Billboard Top 200 in addition to picking up multi-platinum, platinum, and gold certifications. Speaking to their impact, Rolling Stone even named So Wrong, It's Right among its "50 Greatest Pop Punk Albums." In 2020, they ascended to a new commercial and critical high watermark with their eighth full-length LP, Wake Up, Sunshine.

Following a #1 debut on the Top Rock Albums chart, it spawned the biggest hit of the band's career thus far, "Monsters" [feat. blackbear]. It clinched #1 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay Chart for an unprecedented 18 weeks, emerging as the longest charting song ever at the Modern Rock format.

In addition to going platinum, it notably garnered "Alternative Rock Song of the Year" at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards, while superstar Demi Lovato teamed up with the group for the Official Remix. Meanwhile, the mainstream came to them as they delivered show-stopping performances everywhere from Bonnaroo and Firefly to The Late Late Show with James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Ellen, Good Morning America, and beyond.

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Tour Diary: See All Time Low's Favorite Photos & Memories From The Sound Of Letting Go Tour

Go backstage with All Time Low on their 2023 fall tour across North America with Gym Class Heroes and Lauran Hibberd, from playing an acoustic show in the rain to returning to some of their favorite venues.

Even after 20 years, All Time Low still relish their time on stage every night. And as frontman Alex Gaskarth said just a week after starting their latest trek, "there's some kinda magic happening on this tour."

Perhaps it's the fact that the Baltimore-born pop-punk band have new music to perform (their ninth album, Tell Me I'm Alive dropped in March), or that they're sharing the stage with longtime buddies Gym Class Heroes. But whatever it is, The Sound Of Letting Go Tour is a special one for the band and their fans alike.

With a few shows left to go on the North American stretch, All Time Low shared some of their favorite onstage and behind-the-scenes moments from the 25-date trek, which wraps in Portland, Oregon, on Oct. 17. (But they're far from done — they'll play the When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas, followed by five dates in Australia in November and another five in Brazil in March 2024.)

Below, check out a collection of photos from All Time Low's The Sound Of Letting Go Tour, captioned by Gaskarth himself. 

All photos by Salma Bustos.

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Sept. 8 — Maryland State Fair, Baltimore, Maryland: Making lemonade out of lemons — what should've been the first show in our hometown ended up getting canceled due to crazy storms in the area. Luckily we were able to reschedule the show, and [did] a little impromptu acoustic-performance [that] had us feeling right as rain.

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Sept. 10 — MGM Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts: Some sagely advice from the man, the myth, Mr. Travie McCoy [Gym Class Heroes' lead singer]. We've known each other for a long time and go way back to the days that we were still just starting out as a band in high school, opening up for Gym Class Heroes at the Otto Bar in Baltimore. It's great to be back out on the road and sharing the stage with them now.

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Sept. 10 — MGM Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts: This is one of my favorite pics our photographer Salma Bustos captured of me during a piano break in the set. She's always spotting the special moments, but there's something really classic-feeling about this picture.

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Sept. 10 — MGM Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts: Life on the road is all about finding balance between the extreme highs of the stage and the quiet moments. It's not always easy to feel totally normal out here, so the little comforts of watching a football game with all the boys can be super grounding. Here we are cheering on the Ravens backstage in Boston, while the Orioles played the Red Sox literally right next door.

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Sept. 12 — The Rooftop at Pier 17, New York, New York: This is Trav straight-up embarrassing me with his piano prowess in New York.

All Time Low New York 2

Sept. 12 — The Rooftop at Pier 17, New York, New York: Every day we throw a soundcheck party for a smaller group of fans where they can experience some tunes a bit more up-close and personal, ask us some questions, hang out and be merry. I feel like it's a cool way to interact with our most invested listeners and have some laughs about old songs and what we had for breakfast.

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Sept. 14 — Maryland State Fair, Baltimore, MD: This is Jack trying to be as cool as [opener] Lauran Hibberd and her bandmates. Unfortunately it's just not possible to be as cool as they are because they're English (and fortunately I am too).

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Sept. 17 — The Fillmore Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Who doesn't love confetti at a rock show?! Always makes the crowd go nuts and makes for some amazing photos. This was the opening of our show, setting things off with a bang.

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Sept. 17 — The Fillmore Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: We recently released a new track featuring Avril Lavigne , who obviously isn't out on the road with us but was kind enough to film some rad content to add into our show to make the song really come to life. This picture is the first time we played the song live, I think!

All Time Low Montreal

Sept. 19, 2023 — L'Olympia, Montreal, Quebec: We wanted to add an element of theater to our live show and nothing beats a simulated curtain opening to set the stage during what's become one of the rowdiest songs in our set, "Calm Down."

All Time Low Detroit

Sept. 22 — The Fillmore, Detroit, Michigan: Lauran's been joining us on stage every night to perform our song "PMA." She had the best outfits and is probably the best dressed on the tour. Here I am during our show probably thinking about what I need to do to step up my wardrobe game.

All Time Low Chicago

Sept. 23 — Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois: A big ol' sold out show at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago! One of my favorite venues to play and this show in particular was a highlight of the tour. Amazing energy from the crowd and so much nonstop dancing.

All Time Low Atlanta

Sept. 27 — Coca Cola Roxy, Atlanta, Georgia: This is one of my favorite moments in the set. We bring someone on stage to push a button that randomly selects one of four old ATL songs. Looks like this night we landed on "Vegas" and high-fived it out because we were all happy with that outcome.

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Sept. 29 — The Ritz Ybor, Tampa, Florida: Pretty sure this is James, Lauran's drummer, doing his best impersonation of [All Time Low's drummer] Rian [Dawson]'s drumming backstage in Tampa. Gotta get your mean face on.

All Time Low Phoenix

Oct. 6 — The Van Buren, Phoenix, Arizona: After-show pizza, video games and our good friends in Grayscale kicking it in the green room.

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8 Times Dance Stars Channeled Their Inner Punk Kid, From Deadmau5 & Gerard Way To Rezz & Silverstein

With the release of Rezz's new emo-loving EP, 'It's Not A Phase,' dig into eight songs that saw the dance and rock worlds collide.

At first glance, the worlds of rock and dance music might appear diametrically opposed. Dig a little deeper, though, and the two genres share more than just a love for all-black outfits.

In recent years, a wave of dance stars have embraced their inner mosher by collaborating with their favorite metal, post-hardcore, emo, and pop-punk artists, creating a mutant sound with a foot in both spaces. Just this month, Canada's dark bass maestro Rezz released a winkingly titled EP, It's Not A Phase , which channels the punk and metal she loved as a teen. (On release day, she posted an old photo in front of a My Chemical Romance poster, with the caption, "this one's for everyone who had an emo phase.") 

The EP followed Illenium's self-titled album in April — which features several of the Denver producer's rock heroes — while the likes of Marshmello , Kayzo and Excision have also tried their hands at rock/dance collaborations. For DJ-producers who grew up on raw guitars and tear-the-house-down vocals, it's a natural next step. 

Of course, this mixing of worlds is not just a recent phenomenon. For decades, dance artists have remixed, borrowed from, and occasionally collaborated with their rock counterparts. From the punkish ferocity of the Prodigy 's 1997 album The Fat of the Land to Justice's Slipknot -sampling "Genesis" ten years later, the examples are endless. 

In the decade since the EDM boom minted a new generation of superstars, crossover collaborations have increasingly positioned the dance artist in the lead. In honor of this phenomenon, we're head-banging our way through eight of the best. 

deadmau5 feat. Gerard Way — "Professional Griefers" (2012)

Back in 2012, as EDM was taking over America, deadmau5 was busy touring an early iteration of his eye-popping 'Cube' show and preparing to release his sixth studio album, > album title goes here < . Ahead of the LP, the producer born Joel Zimmerman released "Professional Griefers," a hard-charging dance-rock stomper featuring My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way.

While fans had already heard an instrumental version of the track in deadmau5's live shows, Way's vampy vocals brought the rock swagger, even as the production remained resolutely electronic. To celebrate the release, the collaborators appeared as gamers piloting a UFC battle between two giant mau5-headed robots in what Zimmerman told SPIN was "one of the highest-budget electronic music videos of all time ." And yes, it's as extra as it sounds. 

Steve Aoki feat. Fall Out Boy — "Back To Earth" (2014)

Steve Aoki is one of dance music's most voracious collaborators, teaming up with everyone from to Louis Tomlinson to Backstreet Boys . He's also a punk rocker from way back, having jumped between hardcore bands as a singer and guitarist in his pre-fame life.

These passions have intersected throughout Aoki's DJ/producer career in his collaborations with Linkin Park and blink-182 , as well as Rifoki, the straight-up hardcore band he formed with Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo of the Bloody Beetroots. 

In 2014, Aoki joined forces with pop-punk favorites Fall Out Boy on "Back To Earth," which featured on his collab-stacked album, Neon Future I . In an interview with Billboard , Aoki explained that the band worked on their live instrumentation in a separate studio before he added the dance elements, and the result was "one of my favorite rock collaborations." 

The Bloody Beetroots feat. Jason Butler — "Crash" (2017)

Like his friend and collaborator Steve Aoki, the Bloody Beetroots' masked leader Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo is a punk at heart. That raucous spirit was present on the breakout Aoki/Beetroots team-up, "Warp 1.9" (2009), then turned up to 11 in their aforementioned hardcore band, Rifoki.

In 2017, after a few years away from the limelight, Sir Rifo delivered the third Bloody Beetroots album, The Great Electronic Swindle , featuring guests like Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell , GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Greta Svabo Bech , and Australian rock band Jet. 

On "Crash," the Italian producer hooked up with post-hardcore singer Jason Butler , of Letlive and Fever 333 , to make a heavy, distorted and shouty head-banger that honors both of their styles. In true punk fashion, it's over and out in just over two minutes. 

Kayzo & Underoath — "Wasted Space" (2018)

Few DJ-producers relish the opportunity to slam together dance music and rock quite like Houston-born Kayzo. For his 2019 album, Unleashed , the rising star secured some of his favorite metal, hardcore and pop-punk acts as guests, including Of Mice & Men, Boys of Fall, Blessthefall, and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low.

One of the album's standouts, "Wasted Space," pairs Kayzo with Underoath , the Florida metalcore outfit who previously collaborated with Rezz on her 2019 release, "Falling." The collaboration is equal parts metal — with dueling vocalists Aaron Gillespie and Spencer Chamberlain at full-tilt — and shuddering bass drops built for an EDM main stage. 

Marshmello feat. A Day To Remember — "Rescue Me" (2019)

Perma-helmeted producer Marshmello has enjoyed a whirlwind decade, with a famously prolific output that includes several dance and pop hits. In 2019, he surprised fans by announcing a team-up with Florida four-piece A Day To Remember, whose metalcore meets pop-punk sound is a far cry from Marshmello's usual vibe.

Their collaboration, "Rescue Me," finds an easy middle ground between crunching rock guitars, frontman Jeremy McKinnon's impassioned vocals, and Marshmello's skittering trap-pop beats. In an interview with Kerrang! Radio , McKinnon recalled his surprise at how quickly Marshmello shared the chorus on socials, adding that he wishes rock artists could be as spontaneous. 

Illenium and All Time Low — "Back To You" (2023)

Hot on the heels of his first GRAMMY nomination in 2022, Denver-based phenom Illenium got back in the studio to make another album straight from the heart. The producer's self-titled fifth LP took inspiration from his teenage years listening to the likes of blink-182 and Linkin Park, while staying true to his own bass-heavy aesthetic.

Thanks to his stadium-filling stature, Illenium assembled a starry lineup of guests, including pop-punk royalty Avril Lavigne and Travis Barker on "Eyes Wide Shut" and metalcore band Motionless in White on "Nothing Ever After." Early fan favorite "Back To You" features the full force of pop-punkers All Time Low going up against Illenium's furious drops — and achieving perfect harmony. 

Excision, Wooli, and The Devil Wears Prada — "Reasons" (2023)

Fellow bass lovers Excision and Wooli are frequently paired, whether they're going back-to-back as DJs or co-producing EPs like 2019's Evolution and 2023's Titans . This time around, the collaborators decided to try something outside their comfort zone, calling up Ohioan metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada to bring their distinctive grit to "Reasons."

In contrast to more pop-leaning entries on this list, "Reasons" is unapologetically heavy from the halfway mark, morphing back-and-forth from metalcore theatrics to hard-hitting wubs. In a statement, The Devil Wears Prada described this team-up as "uncharted territory" for the band, and their gamble paid off. 

Rezz, Tim Henson, and Silverstein — "Dreamstate" (2023)

In a statement accompanying her new EP, It's Not A Phase , Rezz notes that she "grew up listening to bands exclusively, and over time developed an understanding of what it was about those songs that I loved."  

That innate grasp of rock dynamics is on full display throughout Rezz's most vocal-driven release to date, with guest turns from the likes of Alice Glass, Johnny Goth, and Raven Gray. On "Dreamstate," Rezz embraces her inner emo kid with the help of Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein and metal guitar prodigy Tim Henson, undergirding her guests' contributions with dark, stabbing bass.

"I listened to a bunch of Silverstein growing up, so it felt nostalgic to me," Rezz told Front Row Live Ent. , before admitting that it was "the hardest song I've ever mixed." The extra sweat resulted in a one-of-a-kind collaboration, proving once again that dance music and rock are a potent mix — one with plenty of fuel left in the tank.

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Zakk Cervini On Producing Yungblud, Finding Inspiration During Quarantine And Why Rock Might Roar Back After COVID-19

After a year of virtually no live music, Poppy, Yungblud and Waterparks producer Zakk Cervini believes we'll dance, mosh and stage-dive soon

Producer Zakk Cervini believes the world is ready to rock again. Despite rock making a minor resurgence in the latter half of 2020, rock bands are not performing live—which Cervini says has been surreal, especially for artists missing out on the best years of their careers. But once local and state governments roll out the vaccines and it's safe to attend concerts again, the genre might resurge in a big way.  If it does, it's safe to say Cervini will be a big part of it. These days, artists who traditionally worked in pop music have been turning to rock, like  Poppy  with her 2020 metal album  I Disagree . (That album's track "Bloodmoney" earned her a GRAMMYs nomination for Best Metal Performance.) Rock bands are also making return-to-form records, like All Time Low with 2020's  Wake Up, Sunshine . "It's like the itch that the world is getting right now," Cervini, who produced both of those albums, tells "They have the itch to rock again." <style>.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }</style><div class='embed-container'><iframe src='' frameborder='0' allowfullscreen></iframe></div> Cervini raves about all of the artists he's worked with. "His voice was just unbelievable," he says of his frequent collaborator  Yungblud . (He follows this up with a pretty convincing Yungblud impression.) Cervini has deftly helped artists navigate musical transitions and is skilled at working alongside artists who inhabit the space between genres—and Yungblud is undoubtedly one of them. 

"He's unafraid to push boundaries," Yungblud tells of Cervini via a voice note. "He's unafraid to push the genre into a place that it's not been yet, and he's completely fearless." <style>.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }</style><div class='embed-container'><iframe src='' frameborder='0' allowfullscreen></iframe></div> Cervini built his rock royalty from the ground up. After working with producers Machine and Will Putney and eventually leaving college, he moved to Los Angeles to work for famed producer John Feldmann, who has produced bands like The Used and Story of the Year. They worked together for five years, including with  Blink-182  and  5 Seconds of Summer , before Cervini decided to go solo.  Since then, he's produced Waterparks' 2019 album  Fandom  and Yungblud's 2020 album  Weird! . He's also mixed tracks on  Machine Gun Kelly 's chart-topping 2020 album  Tickets to My Downfall  and the UK metalcore band Architect's 2021 album  For Those That Wish to Exist . He's also recently done some mixing for the film composer Danny Elfman. Throughout his career, Cervini has gotten the chance to work with artists he loves. On a Zoom call, he holds up the acoustic guitar he used to record a cover of the All Time Low's 2007 hit " Dear Maria, Count Me In ," which he and his brother once performed and uploaded to Facebook. He brought that same guitar to Palm Springs, where he worked with All Time Low on their most recent record. "Monsters," a single from that album, has spent a total of 18 weeks at number one on Billboard's Alternative Airplay chart and a remix featuring Demi Lovato made it to number 18 on the Top 40 chart. checked in with Cervini to talk about his recent production work and how rock is making a comeback during the back-half of the pandemic. This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity. How did you get into producing? Was this something you always wanted to do? I'm 27 years old now, and I started producing when I was around 14. I grew up playing guitar, and I loved playing guitar. Somehow, from an early age, I wanted to be in a band. I had a hard time finding musicians who were as dedicated as I was and wanted to do what I wanted to do. One day, I downloaded a free recording program on my parents' computer. I remember the moment I pressed record and recorded a guitar part. The second that I heard that guitar part back, I was like, "This is incredible." That was the moment for me. I used GarageBand, and I started producing my friends' bands. I found a lot of joy and satisfaction in taking other people's music and turning it into a real thing, helping other people execute their visions. What did you learn from John Feldmann? I learned so much from him. One of the overarching things that I learned from him is how important it is to deliver a finished product. Because it's really easy to have ideas for songs and ideas for this and ideas for that.  But being able to present a written, recorded, produced, mixed, mastered song—sometimes it's hard for people that aren't on the creative end of music, like I am, to understand something until it's completely done and realized. He showed me how important it was to deliver an amazing quality finished product to someone. I also learned so much from him on the songwriting end of things because that's one of his strongest skill sets, in my opinion. He's an amazing songwriter. Just how to use song structures and classic song structure techniques that are tried and true that just work.  I also learned from him that—you should not sacrifice the quality of your work for this—but in this business, especially in this day and age, it's super-important to be fast. And I've taken that to heart. I love being in the studio with artists like [All Time Low vocalist] Alex [Gaskarth] or like Yungblud, who have so many ideas, and they're so all over the place. My job is to rein in their ideas and turn it into something that sounds good quickly. And you said you grew up listening to metal? What kinds of artists did you grow up listening to? I grew up listening to a lot of emo and metal music. I love  Slipknot ; I love  Rage Against the Machine . When I was in high school, I loved Motionless in White and all this kind of heavy rock music. I love bands like All Time Low. I love aggressive music with pop sensibilities, so  Korn ,  Nine Inch Nails . That's my bread and butter. That's the kind of music that I love, and that's my favorite kind of music to make. I also love pop music as well; I grew up listening to a lot of  Avril Lavigne . Then, that turned into  Katy Perry .  And now I'm a huge  BTS  fan. I love great songs, and they can be dressed up however. How do you pick what projects to work on? I've dabbled in hip hop, I've dabbled in pop, and I've just found over the years that I love making music that has kind of a rock or alternative edge to it. I just love aggressive music.  So I tend to kind of always lean towards stuff that has an aggressive edge, with drums, live guitars, and an amazing vocalist. A band that I love that I think I'll make a great match for that will succeed. I listened  to a podcast  that [All Time Low drummer] Rian [Dawson] recorded. He said that you don't want to produce your favorite bands' albums. Is that correct? Isn't that what they always say? Don't meet your heroes, or don't work with your heroes? It's funny, I have worked with a lot of people that I grew up listening to.  Again, I'm sure I would do it. [Still], there are certain artists I would be happy with never approaching me and with me just listening to their music forever because I just love their music so much, and I wouldn't want to have a weird experience in the studio.  Writing and making music is like hooking up with someone. If it goes well, that's awesome. But if it doesn't go well, then every time you see that person, it's kind of like, "Oh, hi." I wouldn't want to have that feeling with an artist I loved and was inspired by so much. And how do you see your role, working alongside an artist's inspiration? Whenever I work with an artist, I want whatever we do, whatever song we make, or album we make, for the inception of the idea to come from them. I love working with great artists who can write their own songs and come up with their own ideas and concepts.  So, Yungblud's a perfect example. If he comes in, and he's like, "I have this idea to make a song. This is the concept, and this is kind of what I want it to say," my job is to help him get to the finish line and make him realize that idea and turn it into a finished thing, which is awesome.  That's the kind of stuff that I love doing most. He has all these ideas, and I just need to filter them and then put them down and turn them into a three-minute song. <style>.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }</style><div class='embed-container'><iframe src='' frameborder='0' allowfullscreen></iframe></div> And you also worked on the Waterparks single "Lowkey As Hell," which is influenced, I think, by being in quarantine. I was wondering how that came together. How has quarantine affected your working process? I'm very conscious of the bad things going on in the world right now. And I've been very lucky to be doing well in this quarantine. And I'm very thankful that I have been doing well because I know it's been like hell on Earth for many people, which is horrible.  For the first couple of months of quarantine, the studio that I work at was closed for a few months, so I had to figure out how to work in my apartment. I bought a new laptop, and I got a pair of headphones. And I had to figure out how to do what I do in my apartment on a laptop. That's the best thing that's ever happened to me. I've been doing some of my best work, I think, like that. And now I can kind of do what I do anywhere and know it's going to be the same quality as if I was in a studio. "Lowkey as Hell," the Waterparks song, was an interesting one. It was me, Awsten [Knight, vocalist], and our friend Andrew Goldstein. That was just one of those songs that was done before I even knew what happened.  It just came together super-quickly. It was done in a couple of hours over Zoom. That's the only song that I've done over Zoom this whole time, and it's pretty fitting that it talks a lot about what we're all going through right now. The All Time Low album came out at the start of quarantine, and Yungblud's album came out in December 2020. All this work you've done is coming out at a time where people can't experience it live. That's something that I miss a lot. Going to shows is my favorite thing ever, and hearing songs that I performed live is one of the best feelings in the world. It's such a strange thing to have these songs come out and not be able to hear them live.  Usually, you make an album with a band, and they go on tour and have all these experiences, and then come back, and then you do it again. But this time around, I'm like, "Are we going to have to make albums back-to-back in quarantine?" It's really weird. And there's a lot of stuff going on in the world, movements and political stuff. I think that it's been hard for a lot of people, myself included, and I've seen it in artists, too, to find a lot of inspiration because people aren't on the road, and they're not having as many experiences as they're used to. It's hard to make an album and then just go right into the next one because it's hard not to do the same thing twice. [After all], the inspiration is running low. You said you've been mixing more during the pandemic. How have you been picking those projects? I love mixing because I can do it on my schedule. When I'm writing or doing sessions with people, that stuff is awesome, but it takes a lot more energy to do something like that, in my opinion, versus just open up my computer and mix the song.  If someone hits me up to mix a song, and I hear the song, and I love it, and I think that I'm the right person to do it, then I'm going to do it. People always send me songs, then I hear them, and I'm like, "This song is so sick." I just instantly hear in my head the way that I want that song to sound, and then that makes me want to do it. <style>.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }</style><div class='embed-container'><iframe src='' frameborder='0' allowfullscreen></iframe></div> It's been kind of a pretty big two years for rock music in general. Especially this [past] year, with the success of Machine Gun Kelly and even the All Time Low song ["Monsters"], I feel like it's exploded in popularity. And I think there's a lot more crossover with different types of genres. What has it been like being so close to it? That kind of stuff excites me because that's the kind of music that I love. I grew up listening to rock music, and I love making rock music, so I love the fact that it's seeing a comeback.  I feel like, for the past 10 or 15 years, music has gone in many different directions. There was dance music, and then there was Skrillex, who is incredible, and then hip hop's been so big. People have explored so many different sides of electronic computer-based music, and I think now people want to hear some more live-influenced music again. That's what it feels like to me.  Seeing artists like Machine Gun Kelly is the coolest thing ever to me because he made a straight-up rock album, and it's like, one of the biggest albums of [2020]. It's so cool. And that's kind of helping to pave the way for all of us.  I always love rock music with pop sensibilities. That's just what I've been trying to make for the last [however] many years, and it's cool seeing it finally get into the mainstream. Yungblud Talks Turning His Tour Postponement Into An Online Rock & Roll Variety Show

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The legends of '90s alternative radio will be joined by special guests Gym Class Heroes

Summer 2018 is shaping up to be a bit of a victory lap for '90s alternative, hard rock and skate punk bands and their fans. Already announced are the anticipated return of System Of A Down , a three-day all-punk campout festival hosted by NoFX's Fat Mike, and a unique " tri-headlining " tour featuring Stone Temple Pilots , Bush and Cult making for an increasingly packed summer festival and tour schedule. Now added to mix is a brand new co-headlining tour featuring proto-pop punk hitmakers 311 and the Offspring, joined by special guests Gym Class Heroes.

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The "Never-Ending Summer Tour" will hopscotch through 29 cities across North America for a series of area shows and festival appearances kicking off on July 25 at Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheater and run through Sept. 9, where the tour will close out in Wichita, Kan.

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All Time Low, Simple Plan, 3OH!3 On The Bill For Final Warped Tour

Kevin Lyman’s long-running pop punk package festival has announced its final lineup

June 21, 2018, will mark the first show date of the last summer of Warped Tour , Kevin Lyman’s long-running nationwide package festival that has been helping introduce young rock and pop-punk fans to bands like Paramore , Deftones , Fall Out Boy , Avenged Sevenfold , No Doubt , Green Day , and countless others since 1995.

Topping the billing for Warped’s final curtain call are 3OH!3, All Time Low, Bowling For Soup , and Simple Plan, joined by several mainstay acts from the tour’s early years, including We The Kings and Mayday Parade.

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While Warped Tour is closing the curtain in its 24th year, festival founder Kevin Lyman did confirm in the announcement of the festival’s retirement that there was a special event of some form in the works in development to mark Warped’s “historic 25th anniversary” set for an unspecified date in 2019.

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All Time Low is an American rock band from Towson, Maryland formed in 2003. Consisting of lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist Alex Gaskarth, lead guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist/backing vocalist Zack Merrick, and drummer Rian Dawson, the band took its name from lyrics in the song "Head on Collision" by New Found Glory. The band has consistently done year-long tours, has headlined numerous tours, and has appeared at music festivals including Warped Tour, Reading and Leeds, and Soundwave. Beginning as a band in high school, All Time Low released their debut EP, The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End EP, in 2004 through local label Emerald Moon. Since then the band has released eight studio albums: The Party Scene (2005), So Wrong, It's Right (2007), Nothing Personal (2009), Dirty Work (2011), Don't Panic (2012), Future Hearts (2015), Last Young Renegade (2017), and Wake Up, Sunshine (2020). They released their first live album, Straight to DVD, in 2010, and released their second live album, Straight to DVD II: Past, Present, and Future Hearts, on September 9, 2016.

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DETROIT — Cam Davis was preparing for a playoff when Akshay Bhatia's 4-foot putt started left, went right, touched the edge of the cup and rolled away.

Joy and pain.

Davis won the Rocket Mortgage Classic for the second time, closing with a 2-under 70 on Sunday that gave him a one-shot victory when Bhatia three-putted from 32 feet on the final hole.

"I wouldn't wish what happened to Akshay on anyone," Davis said. "But I've done a lot of grinding to kind of get myself out of a hole and just all of a sudden to do that, it's pretty good."

Davis, who won his only other PGA Tour title three years ago at Detroit Golf Club, had not finished better than 38th in sixth starts since he tied for 12th at the Masters in April, his best result of the season.

"I started working with a hypnotherapist a few weeks ago just to take another angle into trying to get myself sorted out," he said. "I saw a little bit of a spark last week, but nothing to show this (was) coming.

"This is crazy."

The 29-year-old Australian pulled into a tie with Bhatia with a birdie on the par-5 17th hole.

That proved to be enough when the left-handed Bhatia, who uses a long putter, watched his short par attempt on the 18th miss low and right for his first three-putt of the week.

"Just a little bit of nerves, honestly," Bhatia said. "I'm human."

Davis finished at 18-under 270 on a day of missed opportunities for the final pairing of Bhatia and Aaron Rai, each of whom shot an even-par 72. Davis Thompson (68) and Min Woo Lee (69) also finished one shot back.

Davis, who entered the tournament ranked 67th in the world, became the first two-time winner of the event since its debut on the PGA Tour schedule in 2019.

"It's just nice to know that I can get my hands on another trophy," he said.

The 22-year-old Bhatia was seeking his third PGA Tour title and second this year after leading or sharing the lead after each of the first three rounds. He was coming off a fifth-place finish at the Travelers Championship, where he was in the final group that was disrupted by climate protesters storming the 18th green.

"I know how to close a golf tournament. I've done it before," Bhatia said. "Just today wasn't my day."

Cameron Young shot 73 and plummeted to sixth place with two bogeys over the last three holes.

The pressure to win for the first time on tour may have gotten the best of Young, who has been a runner-up seven times, on the par-5 14th when his drive traveled 254 yards into the rough way left of the fairway.

With the ball in flight, Young pushed his driver into the tee box and broke the shaft . He was unable to replace it for the rest of the round.

Davis surged into a tie for the lead with three birdies in a five-hole stretch on the front nine.

Earlier in the afternoon, there were signs that it might not be Bhatia's day.

Rai, who shared the second- and third-round lead with Bhatia, went ahead on the first hole after hitting his approach from 142 yards to 5 feet for birdie.

Bhatia fell two shots back on the par-4 third hole, where his approach settled in thick rough. He only advanced his chip 9 feet, leading to bogey.

Bhatia responded with a 31-foot birdie putt on the par-5 fourth, the first of just two birdies on the day. He was 17 under through three rounds, but the missed putt will be the lasting memory of his week.

"It's a very tough situation to be in for him and for someone to be the benefactor of that is a bit of a weird situation to be in," Davis said. "At the same time, just so much relief because it has been a long time since I've come out on top.

"I'm going to make sure I start enjoying it and really appreciating it."

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Money blog: New Wotsits and Monster Munch flavours launch today - but you should read small print

Welcome to the Money blog, your place for personal finance and consumer news and tips. As the energy price cap falls today, submit a question for Which? or Cornwall Insight ahead of our 3pm Q&A.

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As the energy price cap falls today, with a warning it is likely to rise again this winter, we thought it would be a good time to ask industry experts to answer your questions.

Whether it be a consumer query about how to save money, or a broader query about why prices are set to rise again or the UK's supply, we've got you covered.

Experts from consumer group Which? and industry analysts Cornwall Insights will be here from 3pm - so submit your question above.

More people are buying food to go on Sundays than Fridays for the first time, new data suggests.

This makes it the second busiest day for food-to-go (things like bakeries, fast food, convenience store sandwiches) after Saturday, according to a new report by Lumina Intelligence, cited by The Grocer .

During the first six months of this year, 19% of food-to-go occasions took place on Saturday, followed by 16.9% on Sunday and 15.4% on Friday.

In 2022, the last time the research was carried out, Friday was more popular than Sunday among food-to-go customers.

Lumina said the change is likely linked to more people working from home on Mondays and therefore feeling more able to spend their Sundays out.

A rise in drink-to-go options could also be behind the behaviour change, it said.

Some 1,000 new food-to-go sites are predicted to open every year between 2024 and 2027.

Fans of Wotsits and Monster Munch have some new flavours to enjoy from today - as part of a new lower-salt range.

Wotsits Cheese Toastie,  Wotsits Crispy Bacon and Monster Munch BBQ Sauce are part of the Yummy With range, which comprises snacks made with chickpea.

They're said to contain 25% less salt than the average extruded product and come in at under 100 calories.

But as well as less salt, you're also getting less crisp...

The Wotsits have a similar retail price to a regular multipack - but you get less crisp for your money as each bag has 12g, down from 16.5g in regular multipack packets.

It’s the same story with the new Monster Munch - 16g compared with 20g packets in regular multipacks.

Promoting the new range, Walkers said: "The success of Walkers' existing product lines, along with the trust and recognition associated with the brand, provides the perfect foundation to introduce the Yummy With range.

"We know consumers are on the hunt for smarter snacking options, but they aren't willing to compromise on taste.

"Over several years, we've meticulously crafted the range to perfect the formulation, aligning with the beloved light and airy texture that consumers adore."

Walkers wants to make 50% of its sales from snacks that are non-HFSS (high in fat, salt and sugar) or under 100 calories by 2025.

Every Monday we get an expert to answer your money problems or consumer disputes. Find out how to submit yours at the bottom of this post. Today's question is...

I hired a car through the EasyJet booking system and want to make a complaint about the car hire service. EasyJet are not interested and are trying to direct me to a third party called Car Trawler. Who is responsible for responding and acting upon this complaint? Julie Fay

In a world of online shopping and search engines, these kind of questions are common.

Scott Dixon, from The Complaints Resolver , says that in this case, neither EasyJet nor Car Trawler are responsible - it's the actual car hire company.

"Your contract is always with whoever you entered into the contract with and paid for the car hire," he says.

"EasyJet uses Car Trawler as a search tool (like Google) to find the best prices as a comparison site for you to choose the vehicle that suits your needs and budget."

Your rights

So, you need to go to source - and you have protection via the Consumer Rights Act 2015, Scott says.

  • S49  states that every contract to supply a service is to be treated as including a term that the trader must perform the service with reasonable care and skill.
  • S62 has a requirement for contract terms and notices to be fair. An unfair term of a consumer contract is not binding on the consumer. Any contract terms which unfairly tilt the balance in favour of the trader against the consumer is void.
  • S68  has a requirement for transparency. Key terms of a contract must be bold, fair, transparent and balanced - they cannot be buried in the small print of T&Cs.

Scott says you should also check if the car hire company is a member of the British Vehicle Rental Leasing Association (BVRLA). You can check here . In Europe, it would be the European Car Rental Conciliation Service (ECRCS).

"This gives you additional rights and another avenue to seek redress," says Scott.

What can you do?

With car hire, you need to start acting before you reach the point of dispute.

"Evidence is crucial on car hire complaints so always take photos and videos before and after - the onus is on you to inspect the hire car thoroughly before you set off and return it," says Scott.

"Check the vehicle report. Any existing damage ought to be noted on it." 

With car hire, you should always check contracts for T&Cs - and Scott says: "Cheapest is not always best - you get what you pay for. Always stick with the mainstream car hire providers."

If a complaint does arise, always start by putting it in writing and see if you can get a resolution without escalating.

If that doesn't work?

Scott advises paying at least a deposit by credit card, as it gives you additional free protection and joint liability under S75 Consumer Credit Act 1974 for purchases over £100.

Contact your credit card provider and say you want to raise a S75 dispute and claim for a hire car.

"Say that the supplier is in 'breach of contract' under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and has supplied a defective/faulty car. You have exhausted all options with the retailer and cannot resolve your dispute.

"Bear in mind that the credit card provider knows nothing about your complaint, so make it easy for them by providing as much evidence as possible to prove your case."

If you reach a stalemate with the credit card provider, Scott advises asking them for a deadlock letter setting out their final position so you can submit a formal complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).

Last resort

If all else fails, you could take your case to the small claims court if it is England or Wales, or follow  Simple Procedure in Scotland . Click here to find out your route in Northern Ireland .

Scott advises sending screenshots of court papers to the company involved, so the car hire company, demanding a refund within seven days. This may prompt action that means you don't have to follow through on the court claim.

This feature is not intended as financial advice - the aim is to give an overview of the things you should think about.  Submit your dilemma or consumer dispute via:

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Britons who pay for gas and electricity by direct debit will see their typical annual bill fall 7% to £1,568 until October.

This is down £122 from the previous quarter - but households have been warned to expect another uptick in the autumn.

What is the energy price cap?

The cap is controlled by energy regulator Ofgem and aims to prevent households on variable tariffs being ripped off.

It doesn't represent a maximum bill. Instead it creates an average bill by limiting how much you pay per unit of gas and electricity, as well as setting a maximum daily standing charge (which all households must pay to stay connected to the grid).

Between 1 July and 30 September, gas prices will be capped at the reduced level of 5.48p per kilowatt hour (kWh), and electricity at 22.36p per kWh.

Standing charges are staying the same - typically 60p a day for electricity and 31p a day for gas (though they vary by region).

These fixed daily charges limit the impact of using less energy to try to save money - and, after campaigning from the likes of Martin Lewis, Ofgem has conducted a consultation on how standing charges work.

This is how the price cap has changed over the last few years (remember, it was effectively overridden by the government's price guarantee for a time at its peak)...

What about prepayment customers and those who don't pay by direct debit?

If you pay by cash or cheque every three months, you'll see a typical drop of £129 to £1,668.

People with prepayment meters will pay the lowest amount, with a typical bill of £1,522 - this is a turnaround from previously when they've paid the same or more.

The energy price cap covers England, Wales and Scotland. Northern Ireland has its own energy market and prices are also falling there.

An extra charge

Separately to all of the above, Ofgem is adding £28 to everyone's bill over the year.

This will help cover the £3.1bn cost of debt customers owe to suppliers.

What's happening this winter?

Market specialist Cornwall Insight have forecast a 10% rise from October, taking the annual bill for a typical household back up to £1,763.

This is slightly lower than its previous forecast - but still represents bad news for Britons who may have thought energy bills were on a linear path down following two years of sky-high prices.

We'll have experts from Cornwall Insights and consumer group Which? answering your energy-related questions here in the Money blog this afternoon - so whether it's about why bills could rise again or if now is a good time to switch, submit your query above.

We're back for another week of consumer news, personal finance tips and all the latest on the economy.

This is how the week in the Money blog is shaping up...

Monday: This week's Money Problem  focuses on a complaint with a car hired via an online booking site.

Tuesday : We're continuing our eight-part  Women in Business  feature - interviewing women who are bossing their industry. And this week's  Basically...  explains everything you need to know about income tax.

Wednesday : This week's Cheap Eats is with one of the best chefs in the UK - Great British Menu legend and two-Michelin starred Aktar Islam.

Thursday : Savings Champion  founder Anna Bowes will be back with her weekly insight into the savings market.

Friday : We'll have everything you need to know about the mortgage market this week with the guys from Moneyfacts.

Running every weekday, Money features a morning markets round-up from the  Sky News business team  and regular updates and analysis from our business, City and economic correspondents, editors and presenters -  Ed Conway ,  Mark Kleinman ,  Ian King ,  Paul Kelso  and  Adele Robinson .

You'll also be able to stream  Business Live with Ian King on weekdays at 11.30am and 4.30pm.

Bookmark  and check back from 8am, and through the day, each weekday.

The Money team is Bhvishya Patel, Jess Sharp, Katie Williams, Brad Young, Ollie Cooper and Mark Wyatt, with sub-editing by Isobel Souster. The blog is edited by Jimmy Rice.

Winter energy bills are projected to rise significantly due to an uptick in the wholesale market, according to a closely watched forecast.

Market specialist Cornwall Insight released an updated winter forecast ahead of the latest price cap change kicking in on Monday.

Britons who pay by direct debit will see their typical annual bill for gas and electricity go down 7%, or £122, to £1,568 this week until 1 October.

However, a 10% rise is then expected, taking the annual bill for a typical household back up to £1,763, Cornwall predicts.

This is actually slightly lower than its previous forecast - but still represents bad news for Britons who may have thought energy bills were on a linear path down following two years of sky-high prices.

"The drop in forecasts for October are positive, but we need to keep this in perspective," the Cornwall report says.

"We are still facing an average 10% increase in bills from October, and as winter approaches this will put a strain on many household finances."

We'll have experts from Cornwall Insights and consumer group Which? answering your energy-related questions here in the Money blog on Monday afternoon - so whether it's about why bills could rise again or if now is a good time to switch, submit your query above.

By Jess Sharp , Money team

Splitting up household jobs, whether that be cleaning, washing or life admin, is an issue that affects a lot of couples. 

Starling Bank found women do a total of 36 hours of household tasks and admin per week - equivalent to a full-time job. 

This is nine hours more than men - and yet men believe they do the majority in their household. The average man estimates they do 52% of work overall.

It's the discrepancy between perception and reality (and, of course, this can work both ways) that leads to arguments.

Couples who don't divide the housework equally have roughly five arguments about housework each month - rising to eight for couples who rely on just one person for the work.

We spoke to relationship expert Hayley Quinn about the best ways to split household work - and how to deal with arguments should they arise with your partner. 

She explained that it's necessary to be "transparent" when deciding how to split the workload - but also to be flexible in order to find a solution that suits all involved. 

While a 50/50 split might be your idea of perfection, Hayley said it was "almost inevitable that one partner may take on slightly more of the load" at different periods of time. 

"Striving for perfect 50/50 fairness at all times is a really nice ideal, but it just may not be that practical for modern life," she said. 

She said some jobs may be more visible than others, like cleaning, sorting out the washing, and taking the bins out.

Other jobs can take up just as much time and resource, but will fly under the radar. She gave the examples or sorting out travel insurance or changing over internet provider. 

How should you approach a conversation with your partner about splitting the work? 

To start off, Hayley said you should enter the conversation with a positive mindset - think how you are both contributing to the relationship in different ways.

"When you're having these conversations, it's not that many people are sitting around feeling like they're not contributing," Hayley said. 

"In fact, I think if there's a discrepancy in how people contribute, it's just due to a lack of awareness as to what the other partner does, and some chores are just more obviously visible than others."

Try to avoid starting the chat with the perspective that you are working a lot harder than your partner and they're not pulling their weight. 

"That way, you start from a place of we're all on the same team," she said. 

"When you're doing that as well, it's really important not to make statements which assume what the other partner is thinking, feeling, or contributing. 

"So, for instance, saying something like 'I'm always the one that's picking the kids up from school and you never do anything',  becomes easily very accusational, and this is when arguments start.

"Instead, most partners will be much more receptive if you simply ask for more help and assistance." 

When asking for help, Hayley said it's important to ask in a way that's verbal and clear - don't assume your partner is going to intuitively know what share of household chores to take on if you just complain. 

"In a nice way, explicitly ask for what you want. It could be something like saying, 'Look, I know that we're both working a long week, but I feel like there's so much to do. It would be really helpful if... I'd really appreciate it if you take over lunch,'" she explained. 

"Again, start from a place of appreciation. Acknowledge what your partner contributes already, and be explicitly clear as to what you would like them to do. Phrase it as a request for their help." 

She also said some people can feel protective of how jobs are completed, and learning to relinquish that control can be helpful. 

"If you want it to feel more equitable, you have to let your partner do things in their own way," she said. 

What happens if that doesn't work? 

If you find the conversations aren't helping, you can always try organising a rota, Hayley said. 

She recommended using Starling Bank's Share the Load tool to work out your chore split. 

However, she said if you feel there are constant conversations and nothing is changing then the issue is becoming more about communication than sharing the workload. 

"It's actually about someone not hearing what you're trying to communicate to them, so it's more of a relationship-wide issue," she said. 

She advised sitting down and trying to have another transparent verbal conversation, making it clear that you have spoken about this before and how it's making you feel in a factual way, without placing blame. 

Using phrases like "I've noticed" or "I've observed" can help, she said. 

If after all that, the situation still isn't getting better, she said it's time to consider confiding in friends or family for support, or seeing a relationship counsellor. 

The oldest and most prestigious tennis event in the world returns on Monday, with the best of the best players to battle over two weeks to be named champion.

Crowds in their thousands will flock to Wimbledon to enjoy a spot of sport - as well as the range of food and drink on offer.

It's not the cheapest day out, with a cool cup of Pimms setting you back just under £10 and a bottle of water coming in at nearly £3.

But did you know that despite souring inflation in recent years sending food prices through the roof, one fan favourite - the quintessentially British strawberries and cream combo - has stayed at the same price since 2010?

A pot of the sweet snack costs just £2.50, making it one of the more affordable offerings at the All England Club. It has been served up there since the very first Wimbledon tournament in 1877.

Perdita Sedov, Wimbledon's head of food and beverage, previously told The Telegraph the price freeze "goes back to a long-standing tradition" of strawberries and cream being associated with the championship.

"It's about being accessible to all," she said.

According to the Wimbledon website, each year more than 38.4 tonnes of strawberries are picked and consumed during the tournament.

Ofgem is being urged not to lift a ban on acquisition-only energy tariffs (deals that are available only to new customers, not existing ones).

A coalition of consumer organisations and energy companies led by Which? has penned a letter to the government regulator for electricity and gas warning it of the risk of a "return to a market which discriminates against loyal customers". 

They have also raised the potential impact on customers in debt, who may not be able to switch but could also find themselves struggling to access a better deal with their current supplier under the plans. 

The letter also notes the "very recent history" when more than 30 suppliers went bust - many after trying to win customers with unsustainably cheap tariffs.

Ofgem has said it could remove the ban on acquisition-only tariffs from 1 October but consumer choice website Which?  has research that shows the public are opposed to cheap deals that exclude existing customers, with 81% feeling it would be unfair if their supplier was offering cheaper deals to new customers only. 

The consumer champion has signed the letter to Ofgem alongside E.ON, Octopus, So Energy, Rebel Energy, End Fuel Poverty Coalition, Citizens Advice and Fair by Design.

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