A Day To Remember are ramping up to their annual Self Help Festival, and when they hit the stage they'll have at least one new song to play. The band just debuted the track "Paranoia" on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show for Apple Music.

Frontman Jeremy McKinnon also spoke with Lowe a bit before and after the premiere of the song, downplaying the idea of a full record coming anytime soon. "We just take it as it comes. We write all the time," expressed the singer. He later added when prodded by Lowe for an update on new music, "You're acting like there's a mystery album floating around out there. It's not."

McKinnon went on to add that the band were kicking around some new ideas when Kevin Skaff came up with a guitar line and they turned around the song in a day's time. "We just have this song that we're putting out right now for fun," said McKinnon.

As you can hear in the player below, "Paranoia" is a hard and fast song for the band. The group have shown the ability to play different styles over the years, but "Paranoia" should please those who like their music aggressive and heavy. Take a listen in the player provided below.

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