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A Day To Remember And Marshmello Are Releasing A New Song Together This Week

Rescue Me – a new song from Marshmello and A Day To Remember – is arriving this Friday.

Brace for impact… the first new music from A Day To Remember in three years is arriving this week!

The Ocala pop-punk legends are teaming up with Christopher Comstock – aka American electronic music producer and DJ Marshmello – to drop a new single Rescue Me this Friday, and have unveiled a tiny 30-second snippet of the single ahead of its release. Very interesting…

Could this be a sign of what’s to come from the follow-up to 2016’s Bad Vibrations, if and when that arrives? Who knows – but come back this Friday to hear the full thing.

A few days ago, the band kicked off their epic-looking Raisin’ Hell In The Heartland Tour in Columbus, Ohio.

The setlist was as follows…

1. 2nd Sucks
2. Right Back At It Again
3. Paranoia
4. Mr Highway’s Thinking About The End
5. Better Off This Way
6. Sticks & Bricks
7. Have Faith In Me
8. I’m Made Of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of?
9. Sometimes You’re The Hammer, Sometimes You’re The Nail
10. All Signs Point To Lauderdale
11. All I Want
12. The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle
13. If It Means A Lot To You
14. The Downfall Of Us All

Ooooft!

Catch A Day To Remember with Knocked Loose and Boston Manor live at the following…

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