“Then you have the Claymation poop.. It’s like the Beach Boys meets the California Raisins. Some have peanuts, some have corn. When I pitched it, Jeremy says, ‘That’s perfect, we have to do it.’”
After a two-year legal battle with Chicago-based Victory Records, A Day To Remember is free to release their next full length without the involvement of the record label. Common Courtesy will be available October 8.
As frontman Jeremy McKinnon promised, A Day To Remember has completed the recording phase of their forthcoming album Common Courtesy. In an exclusive interview with Radio.com, singer and chief songwriter Jeremy McKinnon said that the […]
During a concert last May, Florida hard rockers A Day To Remember announced that their fifth studio record would be called Common Courtesy. After fans spent the better part of the year speculating about the […]