A Day To Remember Go Behind The Scenes Of 'Paranoia' Video

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(TeamRock Radio) A Day To Remember have offered fans a glimpse into the making of their latest music video, Paranoia. The behind-the-scenes clip shows the pop-punk outfit filming under a bridge in downtown Los Angeles.

Frontman Jeremy McKinnon says of the track: "To me, Paranoia kind of reminded me of The Ace Of Spades. So we kept it kind of punk in the verses, then hit them with the pop-punk chorus and the beatdown bridge in true A Day To Remember fashion."

The band's last full-length release was Common Courtesy in 2013. A Day To Remember have a series of tour dates planned throughout the summer, including their trek with Blink-182. See the dates and watch the video clip here.

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