A Day To Remember’s much-anticipated new album, You’re Welcome, was first announced in January 2019 with the release date of November 15, 2019 which was then postponed to early 2020 but due to the ongoing pandemic and the album art not being complete it was postponed further.
According to The West News, The album is slated to be released on Friday, September 18. The media outlet reported the release date in an article/calendar listing about September 2020 album releases that the band is scheduled to debut their new album on September 18.
The band has released several songs including “Degenerates,” “Resentment” and “Mindreader” from the upcoming project but the band says that the album doesn’t yet have artwork that fits the record although the music has been completed. The group has also revealed that the album includes one of the “heaviest” songs of their career, a collaboration with Jon Bellion and some “really kick ass heavy songs.”
The band has been quiet on social media and hasn’t said much in a few months and they have not confirmed or denied the release date at this time but fans are swirling in excitement online in Reddit forums and on social media.