A Day To Remember fans have a lot to look forward to over the next few months. They announced their follow up to their 2013 record Common Courtesy, named Bad Vibrations, will be released on August 19th. They’ve already released two singles, including Paranoia, and you can see the video for the track here:
This song got me extremely excited for their next album: Common Courtesy had a lot more acoustic influences which meant, for me, that it didn’t pack the same punch as their previous records Homesick and What Separates Me From You. From the sound of Paranoia and Bad Vibrations I’m already expecting big things from A Day To Remember this year.
Their latest announcement is that A Day To Remember will be setting off on a world tour in December, which will continue until February of next year. The ‘Bad Vibes’ tour will take the band to Australia, the UK, and a number of countries in mainland Europe including Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Support for the UK and EU legs of the tour hasn’t been announced yet, but the band will be supported by Of Mice & Men throughout the Australia leg. Unfortunately it’s unlikely that OM&M will be supporting during the UK/EU legs, because they will be on their own headline tour of the UK and EU in October and November.
Here are the dates you can catch A Day To Remember on tour in the UK – I’m hoping to attend the London date, because I have yet to see the band play during a headline tour and I reckon it will be a fantastic experience.
- 22/1 – International Arena, Cardiff
- 23/1 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
- 25/1 – Barclay Card Arena, Birmingham
- 27/1 – SSE Wembley Arena, London
- 28/1 – Leeds Arena
You can also see whether the band will be visiting a European or Australian venue near you here.
What did you think of Paranoia and Bad Vibrations? Are you planning on attending any of A Day To Remember’s tour dates? Let me know on my Facebook or Twitter page, or in the comment section below this post.