All Time Low wowed the crowd with an energetic greatest hits set in London last night (15.02.13).

The pop-punk group - who are made up of singer Alex Gaskarth, lead guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson - got proceedings off to an ideal start by stunning spectators at London's O2 Shepherds Bush Empire with their latest single 'Somewhere in Neverland'.

Barely taking a moment to breathe, the group ensured fans would have a night to remember by launching into 'Forget About It' before playing 'For Baltimore', the first single taken from their latest album 'Don't Panic'.

All Time Low sent their fans into raptures with a barnstorming performance of album track 'Stella' - taken from their 2009 record 'Nothing Personal' - and promoted their future single 'If These Sheets Were States'.

The band then delved deep into their back catalogue and sought out 2009 hit 'Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)' and 'Remembering Sunday' from their second studio album, 2007's 'So Wrong, It's Right'.

The group spent the night dodging bras thrown at them by their dedicated fans, but they survived the underwear onslaught to finish their set with a triple threat of hits in the shape of 'Lost in Stereo',

'Backseat Serenade' and 'Time-Bomb'.

However, they weren't quite done and returned to rapturous applause and repetitive chants of ''All Time Low'' to bring the house down with an energetic encore starting with 'Don't Panic' album track 'The Reckless and the Brave'.

The pop-punk rockers then rolled back the years to perform 2009 single 'Weightless' before prompting a mass sing-along to signal the end of the night with 2008 hit 'Dear Maria, Count Me In'.