A Day to Remember become old men in ‘Naivety’

West Palm Beach, FL (Aug. 5) - A Day to Remember at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

West Palm Beach, FL (Aug. 5) – A Day to Remember at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

After having fans wait a little longer than planned for their new album, A Day to Remember’s new record, Bad Vibrations, has finally been released. In honor of the sixth studio album, the five-piece decided to treat fans to a funny video for their latest single, “Naivety”; a complete departure from their previously released videos for track off this album. On Friday (Sept. 2), the Florida-based band unveiled the music video which at first seems to poke fun the media and their click-bait headlines.

As the magazine headlines are shown, it all seems to claim that the group is no longer together. As we see the headlines and magazine covers change, a DJ is heard reporting how a “controversial music manager” managed to get A Day to Remember back together for a reunion tour. Sadly, it sounds like not many people are for the reunion, claiming they are “too old for a reunion tour.”

As the video progresses, we see that ADTR might just be a little too old to be going on a reunion tour, as they are shown completely dressed up as old men. They get into a white van to begin their “much-anticipated” reunion tour. During the trip, we see them flirting with a younger girl (and almost getting beaten up by her boyfriend), purchasing Depends diapers at the local 7-Eleven, and trying to carry all their sound equipment up a flight of stairs. In a way, it’s kind of the guys poking fun at all those people who are claiming that they like “old A Day to Remember better.” Check out the video for “Naivety” below.

“Naivety” is featured on A Day to Remember’s recently released record, Bad Vibrations. The new album hit stores today after the release date was pushed back a couple of weeks due to unforeseen circumstances. Currently, A Day to Remember can be found opening up for Blink-182 on their “California” summer tour. The remaining tour dates can be found here.

A Day to Remember go pop-punk with ‘Naivety’

West Palm Beach, FL (Aug. 5) - A Day to Remember at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

West Palm Beach, FL (Aug. 5) – A Day to Remember at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

Earlier this week, A Day to Remember unleashed their intense music video for “Bullfight”; the third single from their upcoming album. Now, a few days later, the group has unveiled another new song from Bad Vibrations. On Thursday (Aug. 18), the Florida-founded band premiered their fourth single, “Naivety.”

The barely three-and-a-half minute track made its exclusive premiere on the Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show. Unlike their previous releases from this album, “Naivety” sounds more on the pop-punk side; kind of fitting since they are currently on tour with one of the bands who made that scene huge. Listen to “Naivety” below.

“Naivety” will join “Bullfight,” “Bad Vibrations,” and “Paranoia” on the group’s upcoming sixth studio record. Pre-orders for Bad Vibrations are currently available on A Day to Remember’s website which can be found here. Those who pre-order the new record, will receive an instant download of “Naivety.”

Bad Vibration is set to hit stores on Sept. 2 and will be released through ADTR Records/distributed in conjunction with Epitaph Records. Bad Vibrations is the follow-up to the group’s 2012 release, Common Courtesy. In support of the new album, ADTR is currently in the middle of Blink-182’s “California” summer tour. Our recap of the West Palm Beach stop of the tour can be found here while the remaining tour dates can be found here.

A Day to Remember unleash intense video for ‘Bullfight’

West Palm Beach, FL (Aug. 5) - A Day to Remember at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

West Palm Beach, FL (Aug. 5) – A Day to Remember at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheater

A few weeks after unveiling their new single off of their impending record Bad Vibrations, A Day to Remember has released the track’s music video. On Tuesday (Aug. 16), the Florida-founded band unleashed their fast-moving clip for “Bullfight.” The almost five-minute clip begins with the first part of a quote by Lao Tzu being displayed on the screen. The first part of the quote reads, “Man knows nothing except confrontation. History has shown this from the beginning.” The video, which was directed by Darren Doane, picks up and mainly focuses on artist Rob Prior.

For those trying to analyze the clip, it appears like Prior is so overwhelmed by all the negativity happening in the world, and even from the past, that it inspires him to paint. This could be a direct nod to the quote at the beginning. While the video is mostly Prior in his “natural habitat,” we do get to see A Day to Remember in the clip. Instead of being the stars of the music video, like many of their previous releases, they seem to play secondary to Prior. The video concludes with the rest of Tzu’s quote which reads, “If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.”

Watch the music video for “Bullfight” below.

“Bullfight” will join previously released tracks “Bad Vibrations” and lead single “Paranoia” on Bad Vibrations. Originally set to be released this Friday, Aug. 19, Bad Vibration will now hit stores on Sept. 2. The new album will be released through the band’s own record label, ADTR Records, but distributed in conjunction with Epitaph Records.

Bad Vibrations is the follow-up to the group’s 2012 release, Common Courtesy. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available on A Day to Remember’s website which can be found here. In support of the new album, ADTR is currently in the middle of Blink-182’s “California” summer tour. Our recap of the show can be found here while the remaining tour dates can be found here.

Stream A Day to Remember’s new single

Over a month after announcing plans to release a brand new record, A Day to Remember is giving fans the chance to listen to another new track off of it. On Monday (July 25), the Florida-based band unleashed their third single from their impending release, “Bullfight.” The new track made its official debut during BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show. Listen to “Bullfight” below.

“Bullfight” will join previously released tracks “Bad Vibrations” and lead single “Paranoia” on Bad Vibrations. Originally announced with an August release date, A Day to Remember has updated fans with the news that their fifth studio record will now see a September release. Instead of being released on Aug. 19,  Bad Vibration will now hit stores on Sept. 2. The new album will be released through the band’s own record label, ADTR Records, but distributed in conjunction with Epitaph Records.

Bad Vibrations is the follow-up to the group’s 2012 release, Common Courtesy. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available on A Day to Remember’s website which can be found here. In support of the new album, ADTR will spend the rest of the summer on tour with Blink-182. Unlike fellow tour mates All Time Low and the All-American Rejects, ADTR will play at every single tour stops alongside Blink and DJ Spider. Tonight, the groups will take a quick break before hitting the stage tomorrow (July 26) at the The Don Haskins Center in El Paso. TX. The complete list of upcoming tour dates can be seen here.

A Day to Remember announce ‘Bad Vibrations,’ unleash new song

It’s been a couple of months since A Day to Remember unleashed a brand new song (“Paranoia”) to their unsuspecting fan base. At the time, the group had told fans not to read too much into the new song when speculation began that there would be a new record on the horizon (don’t mind the fact that there was a new song and a short tour in their immediate future). On Thursday (June 2), the Florida-based band sidetracked fans by announcing the release of their fifth studio album.

A Day to Remember’s new album will be titled Bad Vibrations and is set to be released on Aug. 19 through the band’s own record label, ADTR Records but distributed by Epitaph Records. In addition to the new album announcement, the group also released the music video for the first official single off of the impending record/title track. Watch the music video for “Bad Vibrations” below while the complete 11-track list can be seen below that, and yes, “Paranoia” is included on the new record.

BAD VIBRATIONS TRACK LISTING:

01. “Bad Vibrations”
02. “Paranoia”
03. “Naivety”
04. “Exposed”
05. “Bullfight”
06. “Reassemble”
07. “Justified”
08. “We Got This”
09. “Same About You”
10. “Turn Off The Radio”
11. “Forgive and Forget”

Bad Vibrations is the follow-up to the group’s 2012 release, Common Courtesy. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available on A Day to Remember’s website which can be found here. In support of the new album, ADTR will be hitting the road this summer. Back in May, it was confirmed that ADTR would be joining Blink-182 on their massive summer trek. Unlike fellow tour mates All Time Low and the All-American Rejects, ADTR will play at every single tour stops alongside Blink and DJ Spider. Those tour stops can currently be found here.