Today, diamond-certified, multi-platinum selling Canadian rock band NICKELBACK has shared the official music video for ‘Those Days,’ the second single from their hotly anticipated new album, Get Rollin’, which is set for release on November 18th via BMG.

From staying out past curfew to falling in love for the first time, NICKELBACK’s latest single is a sincere and honest ode to the good times had.  The music video features exclusive photos and videos from the band’s archives.

Watch the official music video for ‘Those Days’ below.

A contrast to Get Rollin’s first single, the edgier, rockier ‘San Quentin,’  ‘Those Days’ leans into the band’s more melodic side, as showcased on chart-topping mega-hits like ‘Rockstar,’ ‘Photograph’ and ‘How You Remind Me.’  Since its release in September, San Quentin has experienced tremendous momentum at radio and has racked up 14.7 million streams to date, reflecting the global excitement for the band’s first studio album in five years.

The band’s 10th studio record, Get Rollin’ and Get Rollin’ (Deluxe) will be available via digital platforms and physical CD format. The deluxe edition includes four bonus tracks – acoustic versions of ‘High Time,’ ‘Just One More,’ ‘Does Heaven Even Know You’re Missing?’ and ‘Horizon.’  Standard and exclusive versions of the album will also be released on vinyl in 2023. Pre-save/Pre-order HERE

With Get Rollin’, NICKELBACK will continue their legacy as one of the most successful and important rock acts of the last two decades.

Amassing hits for over two decades, NICKELBACK is the 11th best-selling musical act of all time, counting over 50 million units sold and over 4.7 billion career streams to date. The band has released 23 chart-topping singles, with 19 reaching the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Their undeniable success has resulted in over 26 awards including Billboard Music Awards, American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, MuchMusic Video Awards, People’s Choice Awards, JUNO Awards, and more.  Among their numerous accolades the band has also achieved 12 consecutive sold-out tours, with nearly 10 million tickets sold worldwide.