"It's what we're pushing for."
A Day To Remember are hopeful their new album, You're Welcome, will be released by the end of March next year.
The record, the US band's fifth and first since 2016's Bad Vibrations, was initially scheduled to drop in November however it was delayed with an official release date yet to be announced.
Appearing on The Green Room with Neil Griffiths podcast backstage at Good Things Festival in Sydney, vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and guitarist Kevin Skaff told host Neil Griffiths the album will be out in the first quarter of 2020.
"I mean, it better be!" McKinnon said, while Skaff added, "It's what we're pushing for".
"Kevin is gonna be so mad... Kevin is gonna be hitting me up like, 'What the fuck, man?'" McKinnon teased.
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"Kevin is the guy where he's like, 'Guys, what the hell are we doing?' Not the label. He's like, 'Can we get this done?'"
The guys did confirm that the final mixes are currently being sorted for You're Welcome with the main focus being album artwork.
"I actually saw some fans online, like, 'You know, fans named the record so why don't you ask fans to do the artwork?'. I'm like, that sounds great," McKinnon said.
"Send it in!"
Stream the full Good Things episode (which also features chats with Parkway Drive, Violent Soho and Simple Plan) on Spotify, Apple Podcasts (below) or SoundCloud.