A Day to Remember Defy Aging in ‘Naivety’ Video
You're never too old to rock! Just look at A Day to Remember, who are making their case to be the next Rolling Stones in their video for "Naivety."
The Darren Doane-directed video incorporates some of the band's brand of humor, opening with a tabloid type reporter trumpeting the band's reunion tour before the big reveal that the Florida rockers are now elderly men. But don't let the canes and combovers fool you. These lads can still rock. Take a look at the video above.
"Naivety" is the fourth song released from the band's Bad Vibrations album, following on the heels of "Paranoia," the title track and "Bullfight." The album, produced by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore and mixed by Andy Wallace, is the band's first release for Epitaph Records. It arrives in stores today (Sept. 2).
Look for A Day to Remember on tour in support of the album. They're currently sharing stages with Blink-182 and will continue to tour throughout the fall and with dates already booked into 2017. See all of their upcoming scheduled shows here.
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