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A Day To Remember Age 50 Years in Hilarious ‘Naivety’ Video

The masks and old man pants make their silly dance moves even funnier.

By Radio.com Staff

A Day To Remember have released a hilarious new video for their single, “Naivety” featuring the band dressed as old men who cause havoc on the streets and on stage. All five members are covered in prosthetic masks and high-water pants, aging them 50 years, which makes their silly dance moves all the more funny.

The new video comes just hours before the release of their latest, and long-awaiting full-length album, Bad Vibrations.

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Frontman Jeremy McKinnon revealed to Radio.com that the song might never have been completed had it not been for the help of Bill Stevenson of the Descendents. Stevenson served as producer on the album.

“I had hard time fishing some of those lyrics,” said McKinnon. “So we went outside and sat on his little picnic tables next to this little creek that runs next to his studio and me and him really focused on getting the lyrics for that song just right. Feeling like you’re an adult now kinda looking back fondly at being a kid and not knowing what life had in store for you and not knowing your own limitations and coming to terms with who you are and accepting that as an adult. He really helped that song. And maybe I’m just saying this because I know he helped me finish writing the song but to me it sounds most like a Descendents song. It’s one of my favorites because of that.”

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