Posted on by Oran

Ahead of their performances at this weekend’s Reading and Leeds Festivals, A Day To Remember release their brand new single “Degenerates”.


Following Reading & Leeds the band embark on a mammoth US tour which kicks off September 6th and also includes numerous festival appearances, including two massive instalments of their own Self Help Fest.

Self Help Festival was started by A Day To Remember and Fly South Music Group in 2014 with events in Philadelphia, PA and San Bernardino, CA. Inspired by their fans, the band’s overall mission is to deliver a memorable event featuring bands with positive messages embodied in their music.

Neil Westfall, guitarist from A Day To Remember adds, “music has always been therapy to us which is how we got the name Self Help. Our goal is for you to be able to, if even for just a day, escape everything going on and have a great time.”

A Day To Remember recently surprised fans when they were featured on Marshmello’s single “Rescue Me”, marking their first new music since 2016’s acclaimed Bad Vibrations. Watch the song’s music video below;

Over the past few years A Day To Remember have established themselves as one of the most exciting rock bands on the planet; with a No.1 album under their belt in the US a million plus albums sold to date, not to mention over 400 million Spotify streams and 500 million YouTube views!

2019 looks set to be another ground breaking year for the band.

A Day To Remember are: Jeremy McKinnon (vocals), Alex Shelnutt (drums), Kevin Skaff (guitar, vocals), Neil Westfall (guitar, vocals), and Joshua Woodard (bass).

Oran O’Beirne

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