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A Day to Remember have postponed the release of their highly anticipated new album.

A Day to Remember have postponed the release of their highly anticipated new album. Previously, the band had announced plans to released their new album, You’re Welcome, on November 15. The album is now slated to be released in early 2020. You’re Welcome will be a follow-up to the band’s last LP, Bad Vibrations, which dropped three years ago. “A couple months back we announced we’d be releasing our album Nov 15th. It’s taken a little longer than expected and we just aren’t done with it yet. So we are moving this to early 2020,” the band announced on Instagram. They added, “Rest assured there’s a lot of new music coming out very soon and we can’t wait to share it with you. Thanks for supporting us all these years and see you out there on The Degenerates Tour!” In August, the band had dropped “Degenerates”, their first track in three years besides their collab “Rescue Me” with Marshmello earlier this summer. It was also the first release with their new label, Fueled By Ramen. The band are currently on a fall tour, called the “Degenerates Tour,” with I Prevail and Beartooth. The 30-date trek kicked off on September 6 in Buffalo, New York, and is currently expected to conclude on November 23 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. A Day to Remember Fall 2019 Tour Dates: Nov. 12 – Syracuse, N.Y. @ The Oncenter War Memorial Arena Nov. 14 – Fort Wayne, Ind. @ Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Nov. 15 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Wolstein Center Nov. 16 – Ypsilanti, Mich. @ Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center Nov. 17 – Huntington, W.V. @ Big Sandy Superstore Arena Nov. 19 – New York, N.Y. @ Terminal 5 Nov. 21 – Duluth, Ga. @ Infinite Energy Arena Nov. 22 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium Nov. 23 – Fayetteville, N.C. @ The Crown Theater Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved