A Day To Remember Share Acoustic Performance Of “Everything We Need”

A Day To Remember have shared an acoustic performance of their song “Everything We Need.” The footage is taken from the band’s “Live At The Audio Compound” set, which they recently streamed online for a limited time. The band’s new album “You’re Welcome“ will be released on March 5.

A Day To Remember Premiere New Song “Everything We Need”

A Day To Remember have premiered a new song titled “Everything We Need.” This track is from the band’s new album “You’re Welcome,” which will be released on March 5. Jeremy McKinnon commented:

“This was one of the song ideas I started with Jon Bellion and ended up finishing later on with the help of Nick Long. A song about going on a drive to clear your head and having a pinch me moment. Realizing you have everything in life you need right now.”

Watch A Day To Remember’s “Live At The Audio Compound” Acoustic Set

Yesterday (January 25), A Day To Remember streamed their acoustic “Live At The Audio Compound” set on YouTube. That performance is still available to view below until 5:00pm PDT/8:00pm EDT tonight (January 26). Here’s the setlist:

01. “Mindreader”
02. “I Surrender”
03. “Resentment”
04. “I’m Already Gone”
05. “If It Means A Lot To You” (feat. Sierra Kay)
06. “Rescue Me”
07. “Take Cover” (Acceptance cover)
08. “Everything We Need”

A Day To Remember To Stream Acoustic Set This Month

A Day To Remember will be streaming an acoustic “Live At The Audio Compound” set on January 25 at 5:00pm PDT/8:00pm EDT via YouTube. The performance will feature fan-favorites and a new song titled “Everything We Need.” This news comes after the group recently released an acoustic performance of “Degenerates.” That track and “Everything We Need” are from the band’s new album “You’re Welcome,“ which will be released on March 6.

A Day To Remember Premiere “Rescue Me” Live Video

A Day To Remember have premiered a new live video for “Rescue Me.“ The clip was filmed during the band’s November 22, 2019 show at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, TN and it can be seen below. As previously reported, the group’s new album “You’re Welcome” will be released on March 5, 2021.

A Day To Remember Premiere New Song “Brick Wall”, Reveal Details For New Album “You’re Welcome”

A Day To Remember have premiered a new song titled “Brick Wall.” This track is from the band’s new album “You’re Welcome,” which will be released on March 5.

“You’re Welcome” Track Listing:

01. “Brick Wall”
02. “Mindreader”
03. “Bloodsucker”
04. “Last Chance To Dance (Bad Friend)”
05. “F.Y.M.”
06. “High Diving”
07. “Resentment”
08. “Looks Like Hell”
09. “Viva La Mexico”
10. “Only Money”
11. “Degenerates”
12. “Permanent”
13. “Re-Entry”
14. “Everything We Need”

Jeremy McKinnon said the following about the new record:

“It’s finally here—almost! To all our fans around the world, we want to say, ‘Thank you!’ You’ve waited patiently, and we can’t wait for you to hear this. There’s a lot of detail in everything we do from the mixes to the artwork, because it all tells a story. So, we made sure each element was perfect. Every line happens for a reason. We took what we envision modern music to be and made a hybrid of who we were, who we are, and who we want to be. It took a lot of maneuvering to get it right, but we feel like we did. We’re here now and very happy to present ‘You’re Welcome‘.”

A Day To Remember’s Josh Woodard Denies Sexual Misconduct Allegations

A Day To Remember’s Josh Woodard has been accused of sexual misconduct. One of the allegations, which has since been deleted, came from a woman who said that the bassist had sex with her about 10 years ago when she was only 16. However, Woodard has denied the accusations.

Woodard said the following:

“I’d like to address the allegations against me that have circulated around the internet in recent weeks.

First, let me be clear that the events described never happened and these allegations are false.

Up until now, I have remained silent because I do not feel it is appropriate to handle or debate this situation on social media. Addressing this is my personal responsibility, and I have chosen to defend myself through the proper legal channels.

Aside from releasing this statement, I will continue dealing with this matter privately in order to protect myself and my family.

—Josh”

A Day To Remember Cancel Four UK Shows

A Day To Remember previously postponed their European/UK tour with Grandson due to the coronavirus pandemic, but now it looks like several UK shows will not be rescheduled. The band issued the following statement:

“Due to the ongoing uncertainty of when events may happen, our Leeds, Hatfield, Nottingham, and Cardiff shows have been cancelled and ticket holders will receive an automatic refund. We’re still working hard to reschedule the rest of the dates and tickets will still be honored when that happens. If you have any questions about your tickets or refunds, please contact your point of purchase.”

Jeremy McKinnon On New A Day To Remember Album: “We Branch Out In Directions We Never Have Before”

During a recent interview with NME, A Day To Remember’s Jeremy McKinnon discussed the band’s new album “You’re Welcome.” The frontman said the effort will find the group “branch[ing] out in directions [they] never have before.”

McKinnon said the following while discussing “Rescue Me,” the band’s collaboration with Marshmello:

“‘Rescue Me‘ was a way to get a heat-check from our fans. Will they accept this blend of ADTR and EDM? It’s been an overwhelming ‘yes’ so far. It was this cool way of getting them ready for what we’re going to try out on ‘You’re Welcome‘. We take that sound and go super heavy, but we also go even poppier than ‘Rescue Me‘. We run the whole gambit of what an ADTR record is. It’s just got this new, modern influence so it’s not the same record again.”

He continued:

“It’s the first time in a long time that it has felt fresh. There are songs on this album that are mixes of things that I don’t know exist yet. It feels like ADTR, it feels like today and it also feels like a heavy band, all wrapped up in one. We branch out in directions we never have before, and it’s executed better than things we’ve done before. I just think they’re better songs.”

He then went on to discuss the album’s mood:

“We demoed like, 30 or 40 songs for this record and a vast majority were just different. I did say it was a happier record than usual but I was counting on a lot of the songs that didn’t get picked. It still isn’t this super dark, brooding record about some guy who is scared of whether his life choices work out, because my life choices did work out. I’m a father now, I’m happily married and I got a lot in my life I’m thankful for. A lot of those songs naturally showed that, but there’s still plenty on there that will feel familiar, so it’s about half and half.”

McKinnon also added the following about release plans:

“It’s still up in the air, everyone obviously wants it to come out as soon as possible but we’re going with the flow here. We’ve almost got all the masters in, I’m expecting them any time now. We’re still trying to get our artwork done. I know that’s been annoying fans but we have such a thing going. Every ADTR record has had these cool silhouettes that are unique to them and then, just because we were lazy and didn’t like people yelling at us, we just didn’t do it for ‘You’re Welcome’ yet. How lame is that?”

“It’s important for us to continue that legacy. It’s important that it’s up to standard. I do understand the frustration – it’s frustrating for all of us that the main thing holding up the release is artwork that for most people will be the size of a dime on your phone. But if we don’t put that time and care into it, is it really an A Day To Remember record? We’re going to do everything we can to get as much stuff out there for people. We didn’t make people wait for no fucking reason, so it better be right.”