A Day To Remember has raised over $15,000 to help their crew during these tough times. Like many other bands, they have been forced off the road due to the ongoing global health crisis and gathering restrictions that have been implemented across the world.
The band put an exclusive ‘Crew Supporter’ t-shirt on sale for fans to purchase to help the band continue to pay their crew while they are not on the road as tours have come to a halt due to the ongoing pandemic. The t-shirt was on sale from March thru May 31 and is a huge help to finance a paycheck for their crew.
“Thank you to everyone who bought one of our crew shirts,” the band said in a post on social media. “Your support for our crew is very much appreciated.”
The t-shirt went on sale at the end of March with all proceeds benefitting the band’s crew and staff.
“Like so many other bands out there – with the upcoming changes in some of our tour dates, our crew members that should’ve been on the road with us coming up are facing an unexpected loss of income,” the band said in the initial post. “To help, we’ve put together this ADTR crew shirt. Proceeds will benefit our tour family. We can’t do it without them!”
A Day To Remember are set to release their highly-anticipated new album, You’re Welcome, at some point this year with the actual release date currently being unknown. The album will include a collaboration with Jon Bellion and one of the heaviest songs of the band’s career. You’re Welcome will be the band’s first release via their new label home, Fueled By Ramen.
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