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Mayday Parade Share A Musical “Miracle” On New Track

Pop-punk royals Mayday Parade just made this fall Friday a little brighter with the release of their new track and accompanying music video for “Miracle.” Preceded by 2023 singles “More Like A Crash” and “Got Me All Wrong,” “Miracle” takes a deep look at mental health struggles and how it’s sometimes hard to talk about your feelings with your support systems. The lyrics “Hold me close, don’t let me go/Hold me close like I need a miracle,” sung by Derek Sanders gently intertwine with subtle, inviting guitar rhythms. Check out the new music video for “Miracle” below. “‘Miracle’ is a… Read more »


Mayday Parade Takes Us Back To Warped Tour On “Got Me All Wrong”

Following the release of “More Like A Crush” earlier this year, Mayday Parade has shared their latest pop-punk effort “Got Me All Wrong,” primed to become the song of the summer. “‘Got Me All Wrong’ is about falling hard for someone but the other person isn’t on the same page,” drummer Jake Bundrick shares. “I met my wife on Warped Tour and the song is roughly about that. It didn’t happen immediately like I wanted but it eventually did and that’s what the song is about.” Read more: World’s First Cinema Are Calling Out For An “S.O.S” Transporting listeners to… Read more »


Mayday Parade Teases New Collab With Loveless & Magnolia Park

The pop-rock kings, Mayday Parade are sending their fans into a frenzy with their latest Instagram post. Performing their latest single, “More Like A Crash,” the legacy band has joined forces with Magnolia Park and Loveless for a fresh take on the song. Beginning with Derek Sanders’ clean vocals, the clip surprises listeners as it cuts to Loveless frontman Julian Comeau’s harmonies and Magnolia Park singer Joshua Roberts’ emotional screams.  Each of the three bands’ fans are showing their excitement in the comments section, as well as asking whether or not a full version of the collaboration will be released.… Read more »


Mayday Parade Are Emotional As Ever With “More Like A Crash”

The Legacy pop-rock band, Mayday Parade have gifted fans with a brand new song “More Like A Crash” today. Last night the group premiered the track right here on Idobi Radio for the very first time courtesy of taking over our “Fresh At Five”. The band whose discography is often coined as an “emotion” all in its own right has returned with another pull-at-your-heart-strings banger. The track is super upbeat, and certainly drives with catchy guitars and sing-along vocals, but remains very much in tune with the intense feelings a classic Mayday Parade song invokes. Guitarist, Alex Garcia shares on… Read more »


eaJ, Mayday Parade, Co-hosted by idobi Family

A Thanksgiving Special where idobiTom, Eddie from It’s News To Us, Brett and Katie from The Brett Davern Show, Nick Major, Jess Bowen from Babes Behind The Beats and Brian Dales co-hosted and then I spoke with Mayday Parade and eaJ !


Derek Sanders of Mayday Parade

There’s a lot going on in the Mayday Parade camp these days and vocalist Derek Sanders is swinging by The Gunz Show to fill us in.

The band has just wrapped up work on a new album, so the legendary vocalist is letting us in on what they have planned. They also dive into conversation about Friday’s livestream event Sunnyland Session. Derek even treats us to a sneak peek with a mini acoustic performance for The Gunz Show listeners. If you haven’t hit play already, get to it!


Mayday! Mayday! Mayday Parade is Taking Over idobi Radio on May 1st (and they can’t be stopped)

Did you know Mayday Parade has their own holiday? …well, now you do. May Day is right around the corner and this year we’re celebrating big time. Since we couldn’t have a (ahem) parade, Mayday Parade is taking over our airwaves all day long to do whatever the f#©k they want. The May Day Show will go from 11am to 7pm ET on May 1st, only on idobi Radio. We’ll hear from all the members of the band as they hang out and chat, answer questions, and play their favorite tunes. We’ll also hear from some of their best pals, like The… Read more »

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