Earlier this week, A Day To Remember released a new single called ‘Degenerates’, their first new song (save for their Marshmello collab, ‘Rescue Me’) in three years.
Last night, in an intimate free show at the House Of Vans in Waterloo, London, the band performed the track live for the first time, but they also announced the title of the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Bad Vibrations’.
The band’s seventh album will be titled ‘You’re Welcome’, and will be released through Fueled By Ramen later this year from what vocalist Jeremy McKinnon said before they left the stage.
“[Earlier this week] we released a new song – that song is going to come out on a record later this year. That’s with our friends in Fueled By Ramen – let’s hear it for Fueled By Ramen. It’s gonna come out on that label, and we’re gonna call that record ‘You’re Welcome’.”
Posters have also been spotted around the Reading Festival and Leeds Festival sites (which you can take a look at here), which detail the album’s release date as November 15th 2019.
More details surrounding the band’s seventh full-length album will be confirmed as it develops.
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