Florida’s A Day To Remember are an outfit with a signature sound, as a listener cannot easily confuse them with other artists out there trying to do the same thing. They are a heavier group incorporating pop-inspired hooks and melodies over their weighted guitars. The Ocala-based band are amidst a nationwide tour that will be stopping locally at New Jersey’s Skate And Surf Festival.
A Day To Remember are adorning their soon-to-be-released record, Common Courtesy, with the finishing touches now, planning for its debut later this year. This colorful group have an avid following and have gained more of a mainstream following than the norm outside of the usual metal fans. High expectations are a standard when they announce an album is on the way. While all of this continues on, frontman Jeremy McKinnon called The Aquarian to talk future, past and present for his band. Here is what he had to say:
You guys are at about the halfway point of the Right Back At It Again tour and have announced the release of a follow-up to What Separates Me From You sometime this year. In what direction are ADTR headed musically with Common Courtesy?
Every direction possible.…