Monsters (All Time Low song)

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Single by All Time Low featuring Demi Lovato and Blackbear
FormatDigital download
  • Punk-rock
  • Pop-rock
  • Blackbear (musician)
  • Matthew Musto
  • Andrew Goldstein
  • Alex Gaskarth
  • Jack Barakat
  • Kevin Fisher
  • Matthew Musto
  • Andrew Goldstein (musician)
  • FRND

"Monsters" is a song by rock band All Time Low featuring Blackbear. The song was written by Andrew Goldstein (musician) FRND, Kevin Fisher, Jack Barakat, Alex Gaskarth, and Blackbear, and produced by Zakk Cervini and Gaskarth. The song was originally released on April 3, 2020 by Fueled By Ramen, as part of the band's eighth studio album Wake Up, Sunshine. Following 11 weeks at number one on Billboard's Alternative Airplay chart, the song was re-released with vocals by Demi Lovato on December 4, 2020.[1]


Speaking to PEOPLE, Gaskarth said Lovato was recruited for a re-release of the track because she had been a "friend for over ten years" and "genuinely has one of the best voices in modern music and always sounds authentic and incredible singing any genre, particularly when she's leaning into rock or punk."[2] Meanwhile, Lovato shared on Twitter that she was "stoked" to be on a song with both All Time Low and Blackbear.[2]

Commercial Performance

The song was All Time Low's first number one at Billboard's Alternative Airplay chart in September 2020, and has since remained number one for 11 weeks.[2]

Lyric Videos

Lyric videos were released for the song, with cartoon illustrations of the All Time Low band members and Blackbear running away from monstrous figures. After the release of the Demi Lovato version, a new lyric video was uploaded, where an animation representing Lovato is included in the lyric video as well, coordinated with when she sings her verses of the song.

Track listing

  • Digital download and streaming
  1. "Monsters" -- 2:54
  2. "Monsters (Demi Lovato remix)" -- 2:54


  1. "All Time Low Invite You to Hear Demi Lovato 'Go Off' on New Version of 'Monsters': Listen". Billboard. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "All Time Low Taps Demi Lovato to 'Reimagine' Song 'Monsters': She's 'One of the Best Voices'". Retrieved 2020-12-05.

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