In a recent interview with Rocksound, A Day To Remember’s frontman Jeremy McKinnon sat down to discuss some updates on the bands highly-anticipated, forthcoming seventh studio album, You’re Welcome. The album originally set for release on November 15, 2019 was postponed to “2020” by the band as the album wasn’t quite finished yet. Although, the album hasn’t come out yet, the band has went on to release several singles including their Marshmello collaborative track “Rescue Me,” and two songs from their forthcoming new album “Degenerates” and “Resentment.”
McKinnon teased that the album is almost done and will contain “one of the heaviest songs” of the bands career so far and that he is “excited about that one,” which is surprising since the songs they released recently do not really showcase a heavy album on the way.
Although as the band said in the interview with Rocksound, They’ve got a “ton of songs that feel very different and there are bits that feel very much the same. They’re just put together differently so that they sound fresh. We’re pushing in so many different directions” continuing to say that “and I also think we’ve got one of the heaviest songs of our career on here as well. I’m really excited about that one. We had to make it match with the rest of the record in terms of production, but the bones of it is what makes me so excited.”
The new album, You’re Welcome, is set to arrive sometime this year (2020) via the bands new label home, Fueled By Ramen.
A Day To Remember’s bassist Joshua Woodard recently announced that he is expecting their first child with his wife. The band will also be hitting the road with Slipknot, click HERE to see all of their upcoming tour dates.
In the meantime, check out their latest release from the album below: