The popular rock band, composed of Jeremy McKinnon, Kevin Skaff, Neil Westfall and Alex Shelnutt, shared their new song on Thursday, July 21.
“Miracle,” which features soaring vocals and heavy breakdowns, was accompanied by a cinematic and emotionally charged music video for the track.
“The true message of the song is just about believing in yourself,” McKinnon shared of the tune on Facebook. He then explained why they decided to incorporate “spiritual stuff” into the tune. “Being wrapped in spiritual stuff just made it interesting to me and made the message hit harder because you don’t expect it,” McKinnon said.
Watch A Day To Remember’s music video for “Miracle” below.
A Day To Remember is gearing up to kick off the first leg of their highly-anticipated tour, dubbed Just Some Shows. The trek, which kicks off on July 27 in Baltimore, MD at Pier Six Pavilion, also features Beartooth, The Ghost Inside and Bad Omens on select dates.
Just Some Shows continues through August 27, where the band will wrap up the trek in Portsmouth, VA at Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion.
The second leg of the tour, dubbed Just Some More Show, will kick off in the fall with support from The Used, Movements and Magnolia Park. Just Some More Shows launches on Saturday, October 1 in Pensacola, Florida at Pensacola Bay Center and continues through October 29, where the tour will wrap up at the When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas, NV.
The tours mark the group’s first trek since they wrapped up their Re-Entry Tour with Asking Alexandria and Point North last November.
“Miracle” marks the band’s first new music since 2021’s You’re Welcome.
You’re Welcome, which is the group’s seventh studio album and is their first album on their new label home, Fueled By Ramen, includes the fan-favorite tunes “Mindreader,” “Resentment,” “Degenerates,” “Brick Wall,” among many others.