Written by Live Nation Staff • November 2, 2016
Hardcore punkers A Day To Remember got to live out every pop-punk child's dream and open for Blink-182 on their comeback tour with Matt Skiba over the summer. It seemed like just as many people were excited to see A Day To Remember as they were Blink—but ADTR understands the longstanding love for the SoCal entertainers, being massive fans of the band themselves. The guys sat down with LNTV to let us know all about their love for Blink growing up, and how much Neil's parents really hated Blink but totally approved of Britney Spears. You can see it all and more in the video above!
A Day To Remember formed in 2003 and gained significant recognition in both the alternative and mainstream scene with their third studio effort Homesick (2009) - which charted at number 21 on the US Billboard Hot 200 Chart. Amidst one of the most public battles with their label, Victory Records, A Day To Remember released What Separates Me From You (2010) then self-released Common Courtesy (2013). Their newest album Bad Vibrations was released on their own label, ADTR Records, with distribution handled by Epitaph. Bad Vibrations was released on September 2, right in the middle of the Blink-182 tour. The first single "Paranoia" was included in their set list.
ADTR's next live appearance is slated for this Saturday, November 5 as part of KNOTFEST Japan. They'll hit the land down under for five dates in December, then head to the UK for a 5-date run in January of next year. The Oz tour will be supported by Of Mice and Men and the European stint will feature fellow Warped Tour veterans New Found Glory.
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