Watch A DAY TO REMEMBER Perform New Song 'Everything We Need' During 'Live At The Audio Compound' Livestream Event

Watch A DAY TO REMEMBER Perform New Song 'Everything We Need' During 'Live At The Audio Compound' Livestream Event

A DAY TO REMEMBER held a free acoustic livestream event, "A Day To Remember: Live At The Audio Compound", on Monday, January 25. The stripped-down set was broadcast on the platinum-selling band's official YouTube channel and can now be seen below. This was notably A DAY TO REMEMBER's first livestream performance.

For "Live At The Audio Compound", A DAY TO REMEMBER delivered a very special set consisting of fan favorites from its catalog and sought-after deep cuts. Additionally, they debuted "Everything We Need", a brand-new track from their widely anticipated next album, "You're Welcome", set for release March 5.

"Live At The Audio Compound" setlist:

00:54 Mindreader
03:59 I Surrender
07:49 Resentment
11:56 Already Gone
16:18 If It Means A Lot Too You
20:23 Rescue Me
24:50 Take Cover
27:32 Everything We Need
30:41 Degenerates

A DAY TO REMEMBER recently heralded "You're Welcome" with the new single "Brick Wall", which is available on all streaming platforms. Inciting critical applause, Revolver declared, "['Brick Wall'] showcases the group's signature mix of post-hardcore heaviness and pop-rock hooks," while Consequence Of Sound praised the track's "melodic beginning and a crushing ending." Forbes put it simply, "It seems A DAY TO REMEMBER are only just getting started."

Pre-orders for "You're Welcome" are live now featuring exclusive merch bundles and multiple vinyl variants of the LP. All pre-orders for "You're Welcome" will unlock instant-grat downloads of "Brick Wall" as well as the previously released singles "Degenerates", "Resentment" and "Mindreader".

Largely produced by Colin "DOC" Brittain and the band's own Jeremy McKinnon, the 14 tracks on "You're Welcome" represent another major step forward for the acclaimed quintet. Highlights include "Bloodsucker" which ravages with an infectious intensity, while "F.Y.M." spouts punk energy through an unforgettable chorus. "Viva La Mexico" builds to a stadium-sized chant backed by walls of guitars, whereas "Everything We Need" closes out the album with a plaintive melody and acoustic eloquence, once more showcasing A DAY TO REMEMBER's multifaceted songwriting.

A DAY TO REMEMBER preceded "You're Welcome" with the release of "Mindreader" last year. Since then, the track has amassed over 20 million global streams while its accompanying animated music video has generated over two million views. "Mindreader" followed early standalone singles "Degenerates" and "Resentment" which have collectively amassed over 100 million global streams. Billboard praised "Degenerates" as "an anthemic hybrid of post-hardcore and pop," while Kerrang! hailed, "'Resentment' offers a taste of the musical direction the band are heading, and will certainly tide us over until more news arrives."


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