A DAY TO REMEMBER Releases Music Video For New Song, 'Resentment'

A DAY TO REMEMBER Releases Music Video For New Song, 'Resentment'

Ocala, Florida rock act A DAY TO REMEMBER has unleashed its brand new single, "Resentment". The hard-hitting track is available to stream and download starting today. The band has also shared an official music video for the song, directed by Jeb Hardwick. Watch it below.

"Resentment" is the second single A DAY TO REMEMBER has shared from its forthcoming full-length, "You're Welcome", expected in the coming months via Fueled By Ramen.

A DAY TO REMEMBER frontman Jeremy McKinnon said: "'Resentment' was one of the first songs written for 'You're Welcome' and always stuck with me as one of my favorites. In terms of writing and production, it ended up being one of the closest songs to the original inspiration behind the record — melding modern influences into that same ADTR formula. I think it's a perfect mix of where we've been and where we’re going. I just thought describing 'Resentment' like a wildfire was perfect, and the video is a direct representation of that because it hurts more than just you, if you let it."

"Resentment" follows "You're Welcome"'s lead single, "Degenerates", which was released in August ahead of A DAY TO REMEMBER's main-stage performances at the U.K.'s Reading and Leeds festivals. Prior to the release of "Degenerates", A DAY TO REMEMBER surprised fans when the band was featured on Marshmello's single "Rescue Me", marking the group's first new music since 2016's acclaimed "Bad Vibrations".

Tomorrow night, A DAY TO REMEMBER will wrap its massive "The Degenerate Tour" with support from I PREVAIL, BEARTOOTH and CAN'T SWIM. The Live Nation-produced 36-city trek kicked off in October with the fifth installment of the band's own Self Help Festival San Bernardino, and saw them perform to sold-out crowds across North America. Next week, A DAY TO REMEMBER will return to Florida for four sold-out homecoming shows at House Of Blues Orlando on November 26, 27, 29, and 30 with special guests UNDEROATH. The band will also host a homecoming pop-up shop featuring new limited-edition custom merch, classic throwback designs, and an A DAY TO REMEMBER museum at Dirty Laundry on November 25 and 26.

A DAY TO REMEMBER will return to the road next month for a run of shows in Australia. The band was also just announced on the 2020 lineups for Lollapalooza Argentina, Lollapalooza Chile and Lollapalooza Brazil, and is expected to tour extensively throughout next year.

Over the course of the past several years, each of A DAY TO REMEMBER's releases has hit No. 1 on Billboard's rock, indie and/or alternative charts. They've sold more than a million units, racked up over 400 million Spotify streams and 500 million YouTube views, garnered two gold-selling albums and singles (and one silver album in the U.K.) and sold out entire continental tours, amassing a global fanbase whose members number in the millions. All of which explains why Rolling Stone called them "An Artist You Need To Know."

A DAY TO REMEMBER is: Jeremy McKinnon (vocals), Alex Shelnutt (drums), Kevin Skaff (guitar, vocals), Neil Westfall (guitar, vocals) and Joshua Woodard (bass).

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