A Day To Remember; Photo By Jimmy Fontaine
A Day To Remember; Photo By Jimmy Fontaine

A Day To Remember Join Forces With Jon Bellion For Anthemic New Song “Everything We Need”

A Day To Remember released their Jon Bellion penned new song “Everything We Need” on Wednesday (Jan. 27).

“Everything We Need” was written by the band alongside Jon Bellion and is an anthemic hit.

“This was one of the song ideas I started with Jon Bellion and ended up finishing later on with the help of Nick Long,” vocalist Jeremy McKinnon said about ‘Everything We Need.’ “It’s 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.”

Mckinnon previous shared, “It was one of the most amazing experiences of my entire musical career, so that ended up being like the acoustic song on the record, so I’m excited, there was just so many amazing moments about the whole thing. I’m really excited to share it with people.”

“Cause I know I got you, you know you got me, we got everything we need, we got everything we need,” frontman Jeremy McKinnon sings in the chorus.

Hear the brand new song below.

The song was first heard when the band live debuted the track during their recent livestreamed dubbed A Day To Remember: Live at The Audio Compound. 

The song will appear on their new album, You’re Welcome. You’re Welcome is set to feature 14-tracks including one of the band’s “heaviest songs” to date.

The album is expected to be released on March 5, 2021. The released will mark the band’s first album on their new label home, Fueled By Ramen. From the album, fans have heard four songs including the aforementioned new song, “Mindreader,” “Resentment,” “Degenerates” and now their latest release “Brick Wall.”

The forthcoming new album is the follow-up to their 2016 album, Bad Vibrations.

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