All Time Low unveiled a new song at Slam Dunk Festival. "Getaway Green" received its live debut Saturday (May 25) at the event in Leeds, England, Kerrang has reported. It's the first all-new material heard from the pop-rockers since a pair of singles ("Everything Is Fine" and "Birthday") were released last year. For those not in attendance at the U.K. music fest, one concertgoer captured the song on video. Watch it down toward the bottom of this post.

The previously unreleased All Time Low song was again performed by the band the following night at Slam Dunk's stop in Hatfield. But is the material earmarked for the quartet's follow-up to 2017's Last Young Renegade? Earlier this month, singer Alex Gaskarth said the group were "kicking music around" and "sending ideas back and forth" ahead of possible recording sessions this summer.

"There’s going to be a nice window of time for all four of us get together, get in a room and start looking at the demos I've written," he continued of the band's summer plans. "Coming off the tail-end of Last Young Renegade, which was a little pocket universe of a record for us, I think it will be really cool to break out of that and kinda get back into what makes All Time Low, All Time Low."

Gaskarth has recently been busy with Simple Creatures, the side project with Blink-182's Mark Hoppus he first premiered in January. Regardless, All Time Low guitarist Jack Barakat assured fans he'd keep tabs on their frontman.

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