All Time Low - Reading Festival

Despite it pouring down throughout their set, Baltimore pop-punkers All Time Low refused to let "some shitty rain" dampen their spirits and instead made the best of a bad situation.

The notorious party boys, who are just as renowned for their foul-mouthed on-stage antics as they are their upbeat anthems, tore up Reading Festival's main stage churning out hits such as 'Weightless', 'Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)' and 'Dear Maria, Count Me In'.

In amongst the never-ending downpour and gale force winds, saturated spectators were more than happy to ignore the chilly climate and bounce along to the poppy upbeat music that All Time Low had on offer.

Confident and cocky that they could pull a decent-sized crowd whatever the weather, the quartet swiftly unleashed their dick jokes, "check out those boobies" remarks and "show us that Reading is better than Leeds" comments.

Although the on-stage banter between frontman Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat was a little cheesy at times, it kept the audience entertained when the band encountered sound problems due to the severe weather conditions.

Technical issues aside, All Time Low delivered a memorable set that was bursting with enjoyable pop-punk tunes. The Baltimore boys, who originally started life as a band simply covering Blink-182 songs, have leapt to fame.

This summer they shared a stage with their childhood heroes, in a few years time they could very well be headlining the festival themselves.