A Day to Remember Hit Rough Waters in Video for ‘I’m Already Gone’
The beauty of an acoustic song is that you can play it just about anywhere, and A Day to Remember took advantage of that fact to film a new video for 'I'm Already Gone' in an interesting setting -- on board a boat traveling down the River Thames in London.
But before you go invoking the name of Andy Samberg and thinking that the often outrageous rockers are ready to shout, "I'm on a Boat," you should know the Sitcom Soldiers-directed clip is a rather somber affair. The heartfelt acoustic performance matches the elements of their surroundings as the boys brave the elements to deliver the track in the back of the boat on a rainy London day.
The group also adds a few shots of themselves inside the London Eye, the famous Ferris Wheel that allows patrons to overlook the London cityscape. And that's not the only landmark as you'll spot Big Ben, Parliament and some of London's famous bridges make an appearance as well.
The timing of the video is perfect for A Day to Remember as the band is set to play the U.K. in November. They'll finish out the year with some holiday shows in December. All of their dates can be found here.
The track is featured on A Day to Remember's 'Common Courtesy' album and serves as the third official single off the disc. If you like what you hear, the album is currently available at this location.
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