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Floridian metal-core and pop-mosh band A Day to Remember formed in 2003. They are most known for their emo, post-hardcore musical style, with elements of pop punk. When they first formed, they were one of the only bands combining all of these genres together... ... read more
Floridian metal-core and pop-mosh band A Day to Remember formed in 2003. They are most known for their emo, post-hardcore musical style, with elements of pop punk. When they first formed, they were one of the only bands combining all of these genres together and it eventually led them to success.
A Day to Remember's debut album, And Their Name was Treason (2005), did not take off as strongly as they had hoped, but they continued their journey with sophomore album For Those Who Have Heart (2007), which features a rock cover of Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone". After the release of this album, the band played at major music festivals all across the United States, such as Bamboozle and Vans Warped Tour, alongside Four Year Strong and The Maine.
In 2009, the band released their most successful album until then, Homesick, most known for the single "Have Faith in Me". Shortly after the release of this album, guitarist Tom Denney broke his wrist and left the band to focus on his personal life, and he was replaced by Kevin Skaff of Four Letter Lie.
What Separates Me from You (2010), including the hit singles "All I Want", "All Signs Point to Lauderdale", and "It's Complicated" has been the band's best-selling album yet. It debuted at number 11 in the Billboard Charts, and they nearly sold out every venue for the consequent tour, while returning to Vans Warped Tour – to headline this time. In 2012, they announced the release of their next album, Common Courtesy, which will be the band's fifth album.