Album review: A Day To Remember – You’re Welcome

A Day To Remember​’s seventh album has been a long time coming. Indeed, 18 months since it was first announced, and with five of its 14 tracks already in circulation as singles, attentive fans will have developed a substantial grasp of You’re Welcome’s specific evolution in the Ocala bruisers’ sound. More informative than the span since its intended November 15, 2019 release and now (exp...

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