Watch: A Day To Remember - City Of Ocala

Watch: A Day To Remember - City Of Ocala

A Day To Remember celebrate their hometown roots in their video for City Of Ocala.

From their hugely successful 2013 record Common Courtesy, Florida post-hardcore giants A Day To Remember have released a video for their single City Of Ocala. The video centres itself around the song's lyrical content, namely the booming chorus lines: "this is our corner of the world, where we can come to be ignored/this is our point where we return, this is where I came from". The song is a toast to the band’s hometown of Ocala, and talks about how big an influence growing up there had on the success they've enjoyed as a band since starting out in 2003.

The vid is comprised of shots of ADTR’s members taking us on a scenic tour of locations around Ocala, and tells the story of how strongly their band history is linked in with the hometown they love so dearly. There’s a lot of really rad time-lapse camera work to admire in this clip and it was refreshing to see a heavy band make a music video with a bit of originality and storytelling behind it, rather than the usual live show footage videos we’ve grown used to seeing.

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This video highlights why A Day To Remember remain one of the most likeable bands in their genre. Even with the mind-blowing international success they’ve achieved over the past few years, ADTR remain humble, loyal to their fan base and immensely thankful to the town in which they grew up. Watch it below.

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