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A Day To Remember’s postponed UK shows have now been cancelled

A Day To Remember’s postponed UK shows have now been cancelled - EpicNews

A Day To Remember’s 4 UK shows have now been cancelled because of the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

The group have been as a consequence of head to the UK in May for a collection of reside dates, together with a pair of shows on the two Slam Dunk Festival websites in Hatfield and Leeds on May 23 and 24. Those gigs weren’t half of the particular Slam Dunk competition, it should be noted.

In addition to that pair of shows, the band have been additionally as a consequence of play in Glasgow, Cardiff and Nottingham on May 25, 27 and 28 respectively.


Initially, these shows have been postponed however now, the band have introduced that every one the UK dates have been cancelled. Fans will obtain an automated refund.

In a press release, the band wrote: “Due to the continuing uncertainty of when occasions could occur, our Leeds, Hatfield, Nottingham [and] Cardiff shows have been cancelled & ticket holders will obtain an automated refund.

“We’re still working hard to reschedule the rest of the dates and tickets will still be honored when that happens. If you have any questions about your tickets or refunds, please contact your point of purchase.”

Speaking about the release of their upcoming new album in a recent interview with NME, frontman Jeremy McKinnon stated the discharge day was nonetheless unsure with the continuing pandemic.


Speaking concerning the launch, he stated: “It’s nonetheless up within the air, everybody clearly desires it to come back out as quickly as potential however we’re going with the movement right here. We’ve virtually received all of the masters in, I’m anticipating them any time now. We’re nonetheless attempting to get our paintings completed.

“I know that’s been annoying fans but we have such a thing going. Every ADTR record has had these cool silhouettes that are unique to them and then, just because we were lazy and didn’t like people yelling at us, we just didn’t do it for ‘You’re Welcome’ yet. How lame is that?”

Speaking about what followers can count on from the report, McKinnon added: “We demoed like, 30 or 40 songs for this report and a overwhelming majority have been simply completely different. I did say it was a happier report than standard however I used to be relying on a whole lot of the songs that didn’t get picked. It nonetheless isn’t this tremendous darkish, brooding report about some man who’s fearful of whether or not his life decisions work out, as a result of my life decisions did work out.

“I’m a father now, I’m happily married and I got a lot in my life I’m thankful for. A lot of those songs naturally showed that, but there’s still plenty on there that will feel familiar, so it’s about half and half.”