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“A Day To Remember prove once again that they are the benchmark for heavy music, on all fronts”  Pilerats

“…still blowing our minds with every twist and turn” – Blunt Magazine


With just under two weeks left until the release of A Day To Remember’s highly anticipated sixth album Bad Vibrations, the Floridian five-piece have ramped up the sneak previews, last week releasing the companion video to the brutal new track ‘Bullfight’, and now the latest album cut, pop-punk anthem ‘Naivety’.

The ‘Bullfight’ video, directed by Darren Doane (Deftones, Zac Brown Band, Blink-182), features acclaimed artist Rob Prior, known for his work with Marvel, DC Comics, Lucas Films and many more, who portrays the history of violence through paint. ‘Bullfight’ and ‘Naivety’ follow the release of the album’s title track, ‘Bad Vibrations’ and lead single ‘Paranoia’, the latter of which premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio Show and has gone on to amass more than 7.9 million Spotify streams and 5.5 million YouTube views, while reaching #8 on the US Billboard Main Rock chart.

Set for a September 2nd release on the band’s own ADTR Records and distributed by Epitaph, Bad Vibrations was produced by Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore (Rise Against, NOFX) and mixed by Grammy winner Andy Wallace (Foo Fighters, Slayer).
Named Alternative Press’ “Best Live Band of 2015,” A Day To Remember have become a global force to be reckoned with – the past few years has seen the quintet headline festivals internationally, clock up #1s on the Billboard Rock, Indie and Alternative Charts, sell over a million units and rack up over 900 million streams globally. Renowned for their rigorous touring schedule and hard-working ethic, the quintet is currently on the road with Blink-182 for a massive arena tour across the U.S. and Canada, then will head to Australia in December for string of headline shows with support from Of Mice & Men. Their latest album, the self-released Common Courtesy (2013) debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hard Rock Charts and #13 on the ARIA Albums Chart, while What Separates Me From You (2010) and Homesick (2009) were recently certified Gold in the U.S.

A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations
September 2, 2016 (ADTR Records/Epitaph)

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Include instant downloads for ‘Naivety’, ‘Bullfight’, ‘Bad Vibrations’ and ‘Paranoia’


1. Bad Vibrations
2. Paranoia
3. Naivety
4. Exposed
5. Bullfight
6. Reassemble
7. Justified
8. We Got This
9. Same About You
10. Turn Off the Radio
11. Forgive and Forget


Bad Vibes
 Australian Tour 2016

Saturday 10 December – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth
Tuesday 13 December – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Wednesday 14 December – Festival Hall, Melbourne
Friday 16 December – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Sunday 18 December – Riverstage, Brisbane

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