All Time Low’s crew draw inspiration from rock ’n’ roll hall of famers

Pop punk four-piece, All Time Low set about their largest UK show to date – backed by a production design with the characteristics of heritage rock ’n’ roll shows.

Hot on the heels of their first European tour post-pandemic and the release of their ninth studio album, Tell Me I’m Alive, All Time Low and their touring team descended on a sold-out OVO Arena Wembley with an impactful production design drawing inspiration from rock ’n’ roll hall of famers.

Tess Minor of MajorMinor Designs, who was embarking on her first tour with All Time Low and their management team, was approached by Production Manager, Phil Gornell to create a design for the band’s European tour at the start of the year. 

“The band and production are wonderful to work with and trusted the design team wholeheartedly,” Minor began. “The brief included references to old-school rock ’n’ roll designs and moving away from one massive video wall to more of a focus on a big set piece with complimentary lighting.”

This article originally appeared in issue #275 of TPi, which you can read here.

Words: Jacob Waite

Photos: Zoe Andreou