Hardcore heavyweights A Day To Remember have spent the past several weeks previewing their new album Bad Vibrations with the release of a stream of teaser tracks and videos. Bad Vibrations is out now via ADTR Records/Epitaph, and to celebrate the album’s arrival the band has unveiled yet another music clip, this time for their latest single ‘Naivety’.
Filmed and directed by Darren Doane (Deftones, Zac Brown band, Blink-182) in Florida, ‘Naivety’ is set 50 years into the future and showcases the band’s classic humour as they don prosthetic masks and wigs to cause chaos on the streets and stage as granddads on a much-hyped reunion tour. The video follows the release of their sixth album Bad Vibrations which dropped on Friday, and immediately reached #1 on the iTunes Chart in Australia, which also features the fierce and rousing title-track ‘Bad Vibrations’, chaotic ‘Bullfight’ and ferocious lead single ‘Paranoia’ – the latter of which has gone on to amass more than 7.9 million Spotify streams, 6 million YouTube views and reached #8 on the US Billboard Main Rock Chart.
The quintet, who recently headlined the 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards, are currently on the road with Blink-182 for a US summer tour of arenas and sheds, and will head to Australia in December for a string of shows with support from Of Mice & Men, followed by a headline run that will take them across the UK and Europe.
Bad Vibes Australian Tour 2016
Saturday 10 December – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth
Tuesday 13 December – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Wednesday 14 December – Festival Hall, Melbourne
Friday 16 December – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Sunday 18 December – Riverstage, Brisbane