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Listen To A Day To Remember’s Brand-New Single, Degenerates

A Day To Remember have unleashed a brand-new single, Degenerates.

As A Day To Remember gear up to play a free show at London’s awesome House Of Vans tomorrow, the band have just dropped a brand-new single, Degenerates, through new label Fueled By Ramen.

The track matches the name of the Ocala band’s recently-announced U.S. Degenerates headline tour (we figured there was a hidden meaning in there somewhere…) and follows their 2019 collaborative track with Marshmello.

While Degenerates actually got its live debut last night, presumably A Day To Remember will also be dropping the track into tomorrow’s setlist, as well as this weekend’s shows at Reading & Leeds.

Listen to it below now:

Catch A Day To Remember, I Prevail and Beartooth live at the following dates on the Degenerates tour:


6 Buffalo, NY
7 Worcester, MA
8 Concord, VA
27 Louisville, KY


12 San Bernadino, CA
13 Sacramento, CA
15 Boise, ID
17 Denver, CO
21 Irving, TX
22 Houston, TX
23 Corpus Christi, TX
25 St Charles, MO
26 Chicago, IL
27 Minneapolis, MN
29 Fargo, ND
30 Des Moines, IA
31 Independence, MD


2 Pittsburgh, PA
3 Fairfax, VA
5 Laval, QC
7 Reading, PA
9 Glens Falls, NY
10 Trenton, NJ
12 Syracuse, NY
14 Fort Wayne, IN
15 Cleveland, OH
16 Ypsilanti, MI
17 Huntington, WY
19 New York, NY
21 Duluth, GA
22 Nashville, TN
23 Fayetteville, NC

A Day To Remember Degenerates Tour Poster 2019
Posted on August 20th 2019, 3:44pm
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