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Favourite Album- Homesick.

One of my favourite bands of all time is A Day To Remember (ADTR) so I think it’s about time I wrote about them.

I was brought up around rock music from my father. 898 more words



This song is just so beautiful… absolutely love it from the acoustics at the beginning to the heavier ending *w* ♡

Cause we all need something sweet to get us by,

Enjoy and lalala x


Happy Monday!

Good afternoon everyone! I apologize for my attire in the picture, I had class today and threw on my ADTR shirt. But to address the “life change” in my previous post, I am contemplating on opening an etsy store and I will be posting the link to it once I sit down and commit. 131 more words

Let the Vinyl Collection Begin

On one of our excursions to Champaigne, Tyler bought a Crosley record player on sale for $25 instead of $100. We figured, why not?! It’s sat at my house ever since and the other day I decided I wanted to utilize it. 175 more words


ADTR Premiere New Music Video

A Day to Remember have released a music video for the single “City of Ocala,” from their previous album Common Courtesy, which takes place in their hometown and shows the band holding up signs with facts about the city and it’s connection to the band’s history. 67 more words


10 Things Only Former Pop-Punk Kids Will Remember

After transitioning from the dreaded scene phase, most alternative music listeners transition over to the next most popular genre, Pop Punk. We all remember the short, embarrassing phase which involved slowly moving deeper into Hot Topic and discovering our favorite Pop Punk and Easycore bands. 1,039 more words

Pop Punk

Album Review: Common Courtesy

This article was originally published on Five Cent Sound‘s blog in October 2013. 

“This right here is living fucking proof, if you care about what you do with your life, and you do it for the right reasons, absolutely nothing can stop you from getting where you want to be.” Jeremy McKinnon, front man of alternative band A Day To Remember (ADTR) reflects on the difficult release of their latest album, … 388 more words