Here’s The Setlist From A Day To Remember’s First Gig Since July 2018
Having “come out of hibernation” for their first show since July 2018, A Day To Remember returned to the live circuit for Festival Pa’l Norte 2019 at Parque Fundidora in Monterrey, Mexico on March 23.
The Ocala pop-punks eased themselves back into what will be a busy year of touring with a 13-song set absolutely jam-packed with bangers – from opener The Downfall Of Us All through to the likes of Right Back At It Again, All I Want and set-closer The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle. Interestingly, the band only played one track from their most recent album Bad Vibrations – explosive lead single Paranoia – which is surprising given the full-length’s positive reviews and commercial success since its 2016 release (debuting at Number Two in the U.S. charts, and Number One in Australia).
Now the band have some more downtime until their Raisin’ Hell In The Heartland Tour with Knocked Loose and Boston Manor kicks off in May and hits America throughout June. A Day To Remember will then be back in the UK this August for Reading & Leeds, sub-headlining to the one and only Foo Fighters. Will we be able to hear some new music by then? Let’s hope so…
Anyway, ADTR’s setlist on the night at Festival Pa’l Norte 2019 was as follows:
Also Sprach Zarathustra (Richard Strauss song)
1. The Downfall Of Us All
2. I’m Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of?
3. 2nd Sucks
4. Right Back At It Again
5. Since U Been Gone (Kelly Clarkson cover)
6. All Signs Point to Lauderdale
8. Better Off This Way
9. Mr. Highway’s Thinking About the End
10. Have Faith In Me
11. All I Want
12. If It Means A Lot To You
13. The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle
Frontman Jeremy McKinnon said afterwards: “Thank you Monterrey for an amazing night. It feels good to be back.”
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