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American rock band from Ocala, Florida A Day To Remember are embarking on their UK tour this November. Dubbed the ‘All Signs Point To Britain’ tour, the band are playing at a number of venues that include Portsmouth, Leeds and this date at Plymouth Pavilions on Friday the 14th of November. Known for their innovative blend of metalcore and pop punk, A Day To Remember have completed many worldwide tours prior to this, all of which have been described as offering exciting and energetic performances.
A Day To Remember have been around circa 2003, and since they broke on to the scene they have released 5 studio albums, all of which have been well received by the public and critics alike. The bands 3 most recent albums have all placed high in the US album chart, also appearing in charts in Britain. Common Courtesy, A Day To Remember’s most recent album has again proved popular, containing the lead singles ‘Right Back At It Again’ and Violence (Enough Is Enough), the latter of which was the first to be unveiled from the new LP. The album was preceded by a clever run of promotional material that unveiled artwork, previews and music videos in the weeks leading up to the release. Sticking to their root style, the album led to further touring that includes to Parks & Devastation Tour taking place before the group jet over to the UK. Playing at over 20 revered venues in America that include Lowell’s Tsongas Centre and the Mesa Amphitheatre in Arizona, ADTR are clearly a well-loved band in the US, a feat share over here at the other side of The Atlantic.
Plymouth Pavilions is a multi purpose venue that holds an ice rink, live café and its arena that is the host for the many live bands and solo artists that play at regular events at The Pavilions. A Day To Remembers date is one that is being highly anticipated, together with appearances from the likes of Example, Paloma Faith, UB40, Bellowhead and Madness amongst many others.
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