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A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations
Today brings the first album from Florida rockers, A Day to Remember, since their 2013 release, Common Courtesy, which was released to critical and fan acclaim. The band told Kerrang! that the new album “(is) more heavy than the last three put together.”
Bad Vibrations, the band’s 6th release, has been highly anticipated due to the mass popularity of the album’s singles. Grab your copy here!
The first single off the album, “Paranoia,” premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Show back in March.
Followed by the release of single two – which doubles as the title track of the album, “Bad Vibrations” in June.
Single number three, “Bullfight” premiered in late July on BBC’s Radio 1’s Rock Show
But they weren’t done yet, they would release one more single (and an at the wire music video last night) before today’s release, “Naivety.”
You can currently catch them live in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the surrounding areas as they wrap up their tour with blink-182, The All-American Rejects or All Time Low and DJ Spider. (Dates and line-up subject to change)
Thurs Sept 29th / Irvine Meadows – KROQ Presents: blink-182, A Day to Remember, All Time Low and DJ Shadow – Tickets
Fri Sept 30th / The Forum – KROQ Presents: blink-182, A Day to Remember, All Time Low and DJ Spider – Tickets
Sat Oct 1st / The Forum – KROQ Presents: blink-182, A Day to Remember, All Time Low and DJ Spider – Tickets
Wed Oct 5th / Santa Barbara Bowl – blink-182, A Day to Remember, The All-American Rejects and DJ Spider – Tickets
Fri Oct 7th / Irvine Meadows – blink-182, A Day to Remember, The All-American Rejects and DJ Spider – Tickets
Other Sept 2nd Releases: Eluvium – False Readings On, James Vincent McMorrow – We Move, Sophie Ellis- Bextor – Familia, Till Bronner – The Good Life & Zomby – Ultra