A Day To Remember formed in 2003 and made a name for itself with its first studio release in 2005. Vocalist Jeremy McKinnon founded the Self Help Festival about a decade later in 2014. A Day To Remember has performed at most Self Help Festivals since its foundation in addition to other festivals, including Vans Warped Tour and Bamboozle.
Right Back at It Again
A Day To Remember originated in Ocala, Fla. The group quickly gained popularity and set up small venue tours as an independent artist. The band self-produced two EPs to sell at its shows, the latter landing A Day To Remember its first recording contract in 2005 with Indianola Records. The band released its debut album, And Their Name Was Treason, a few months later. The album received enough attention to get A Day To Remember signed to Victory Records, where it would release For Those Who Have Heart in early 2007. A Day To Remember quickly rose in popularity in the rock world and was nominated for a few awards. Homesick came in 2009 and is the group's most popular album to date. It is also the band's first and only album to place on the Billboard 200 chart, debuting at No. 21. Popular singles "The Downfall Of Us All" and "Have Faith In Me" are both featured on Homesick. Shortly after releasing 2011's What Separates Me From You, it was revealed that there were legal issues between A Day To Remember and its label, Victory Records, both claiming breach of contract. In 2013, the group was permitted to self-release music until a settlement was reached, which has yet to happen in 2019. The band released Common Courtesy featuring the single "Right Back At It Again" and Bad Vibrations. New music was nonexistent for six years until the surprise unveiling of the June 2019 single in collaboration with Marshmello titled "Rescue Me."
Where can I buy A Day To Remember tickets?
Tickets for all upcoming A Day To Remember concerts can be purchased at StubHub.
Will A Day To Remember tour in 2019?
A Day To Remember will play a few concerts in the UK in August and return to the US for some shows in September and October. The band will be making mostly festival appearances but will also play a few headlining concerts.
Is A Day To Remember coming to a city near me?
A Day To Remember will be headlining concerts in Buffalo, N.Y., and Simpsonville, S.C., in September. The group can also be seen at two Self Help Festivals in San Bernardino, Calif., and Worcester, Mass. A Day To Remember is featured in the lineup for the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, Calif., as well as at the Louder Than Life Music Festival in Louisville, Ky.
Who is on tour with A Day To Remember?
Supporting bands vary by location. I Prevail, Beartooth, The Fever 333 and Wage War may be seen opening for A Day To Remember at its headlining shows.
What songs are typically on A Day To Remember's setlist?
With the lack of new music, the setlist is pretty consistent among recent shows. Usually, it features "2nd Sucks," "Right Back At It Again," "Sticks And Bricks," "Paranoia," "Better Off This Way," "Have Faith In Me," "I'm Made Of Wax Larry, What Are You Made Of?," "All Signs Point To Lauderdale," "All I Want" and "The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle." The encore for headlining shows is typically comprised of "The Downfall Of Us All" and "If It Means A Lot To You."
Who are the members of A Day To Remember?
Singer Jeremy McKinnon, rhythm guitarist Neil Westfall and bassist Joshua Woodward have been with A Day To Remember since its formation. Drummer Alex Shelnutt has been with the band since 2006, and lead guitarist Kevin Skaff joined in 2009. Kevin Skaff and Neil Westfall both perform backing vocals as well.Back to Top
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