All Downhill from Here

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
"All Downhill from Here"
Alldownhill single.png
Single by New Found Glory
from the album Catalyst
ReleasedJuly 23, 2004
FormatDigital download, CD single
RecordedRoyaltone Studios, Sunset Sound Studios
GenrePop punk[1]
LabelGeffen, Drive-Thru
Songwriter(s)Chad Gilbert, Steve Klein
Producer(s)Neal Avron
New Found Glory singles chronology
"All Downhill from Here"
"It's Not Your Fault"

"All Downhill from Here" is the first single from New Found Glory's fourth studio album, Catalyst. The song helped the album springboard the band's success. "All Downhill from Here" was released to radio on April 6, 2004.[2]

The band initially wanted to name the song after the album (Catalyst), but their record label decided to change the name to All Downhill from Here so listeners could identify the song more easily after hearing it.

The single peaked at number 11 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks.[3]

Music video[edit]

The music video for the song was something quite out of the ordinary, a group of French animators, worked on creating a unique environment of creatures, and directed this video alongside Meiert Avis. The creatures build a unique structure. The band is featured in the video on a platform playing while gradually rising. As they continue to rise, they eventually reach an odd representation of heaven. Then, the platform that band was playing on drops and the band does as well. A creature runs through some of the supports and the whole structure collapses. When the music video for this song aired on MTV's TRL (Total Request Live), fans voted it on the show 50 days in a row. TRL retired this song due to the ongoing requests for it to be played.

Track listing[edit]

The enhanced version of this single features four tracks.

  1. "All Downhill from Here"
  2. "Broken Sound" (Radio Session)
  3. "The Minute I Met You"
  4. "All Downhill from Here" (CD-ROM track)


  1. ^ Rose, Ethan. "Best Early 2000s Pop Punk Songs". Rant Hollywood. Retrieved June 12, 2016.
  2. ^ "FMQB Airplay Archive: Modern Rock". Friday Morning Quarterback Album Report, Incorporated. Archived from the original on March 22, 2013. Retrieved October 30, 2016.
  3. ^ allmusic

External links[edit]