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A Day To Remember, ‘It’s Complicated’ – Song Review

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A Day To Remember have unleashed their newest single, ‘It’s Complicated,’ from their latest album, ‘What Separates Me From You.’

With catchy guitar riffs and a poppy punk feel, A Day To Remember creates a single to remember as frontman Jeremy McKinnon sings, “You brought your worst and I’m right here / Now I’ve seen it all / and it’s never been so clear.”

This anthem for the brokenhearted really gets going when McKinnon belts out, “I won’t sleep till the break of dawn / I cant let our problems find me here”

‘It’s Complicated’ will get fists pumping especially towards the end of the song where stickman Alex Shelnutt pounds out a military snare rhythm as band chants the very appealing chorus. “You’re not the person that I knew back then / It’s all too late to set things straight / cause everything has been / You’re not the person that I knew back then / Let’s try and act like this didn’t happen / Follow your friends like you ever had them.”

A Day To Remember fans are certainly waiting to see what the boys from Ocala, Fla., come up with as a video for the single.

3.5 Stars

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