A Day To Remember are hoping to release their new album You’re Welcome by the end of March next year.
The new album will be their fifth studio album and the follow up to their huge 2016 release Bad Vibrations. Initially the album was planned to drop in November, but its release has been pushed back with no date as of yet.
A Day To Remember boys: frontman Jeremy McKinnon and guitarist Kevin Skaff appeared on TheMusic‘s podcast The Green Room with Neil Griffiths. They told Griffiths that the new album would be out in the first quarter of next year.
McKinnon joked about Skaff being the pusher of the group. “Kevin is the guy where he’s like, ‘Guys, what the hell are we doing?’ Not the label. He’s like, ‘Can we get this done?'”
The pair also confirmed that the album’s final mixes are being sorted currently and the main focus is now on the album artwork.
“I actually saw some fans online, like, ‘You know, fans named the record so why don’t you ask fans to do the artwork?’. I’m like, that sounds great,” said McKinnon. “Send it in!”
A Day To Remember have just wrapped up their run of shows for with Good Things Festival in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane.
They’ve put out two singles since Bad Vibrations: ‘Degenerates’ and ‘Resentment’. Listen to ‘Resentment’ below.