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A Day To Remember Debut New Single “Paranoia” Live

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Photo by Lexi Markovic.

After dropping their banger of a single “Paranoia” on us earlier this month, Florida mainstays A Day To Remember have debuted it live at San Bernardino’s recent Self Help Festival. Scroll down to watch fan-filmed footage of the performance.

The festival, which is presented by the band themselves, not only saw ADTR throw down on their own songs – they also performed a partial cover of Lit’s ultimate anthem “My Own Worst Enemy”, which you can scope out here. In addition to that nugget of awesomeness, Self Help 2k16 saw post-hardcore heroes Underoath reunite, and boasted a line-up including local pop rockers Tonight Alive and pop-punk kingpins The Wonder Years.

»» Read more: Our Monthly Feature on A Day To Remember ««

For those of us who saw the lineup for the festival and came down with a serious case of FOMO, particularly seeing as it took place in California (which is pretty fucking far away), the entire 11 hours was live-streamed. You can check out the full director’s cut of the event here.

While A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon assured radio presenter Zane Lowe when “Paranoia” premiered that there’s no “mystery album floating out there in the ether”, we’ll keep you posted if any more news comes to light.

Watch A Day To Remember premiere “Paranoia” live below.

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