"Future Hearts" features two cameos that self-consciously place All Time Low in the lineage of its heroes. 'Tidal Waves' features Mark Hoppus of Blink-182, and 'Bail Me Out' was co-written with guest Joel Madden of Good Charlotte, the Waldorf band that remains Maryland's biggest contribution to the pop-punk canon. Elsewhere on "Future Hearts," All Time Low continues making the kind of songs that would get played on the radio, if rock radio still played new pop punk. The lead single, 'Something's Gotta Give,' swings for the fences with its jangly, midtempo riff, although it's minor details like the piano countermelody in the second verse that make the song memorable. There's no more "TRL," or any other video show on MTV, to aim for airplay on, but it goes for broke with the song's video, which stars Gaskarth as a goofy fast food mascot dressed up as a container of french fries, before the story takes a horror-movie twist.