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New Found Glory release new deluxe edition vinyl “Make Me Sick Again”, video for “Call Me Anti-Social”

Pop punk icons New Found Glory have just released the deluxe edition of their album
“Makes Me Sick,” as a vinyl available as “Makes Me Sick Again.” The deluxe edition features three new tracks for the fans who didn’t get enough of NFG the first time around! You can pre order vinyl here.

In addition, the boys have dropped a new music video for their track “Call Me Anti Social” which tells the story of the three friends Sam, Jimmy, and Brooke who take on the ‘cool kids’ at the beginning of their loathed summer.

Check it out below!

New Found Glory announce “Sick” 2018 Tour

What’s old is new again: 00’s pop-punk kings New Found Glory are hitting the road in support of their 2017 album, Makes Me Sick.

NFG are plotting a course across the US and bringing some old friends for the ride. Bayside, The Movielife and Ryan Key (of Yellowcard) are slated to provide support. The tour will kick off in their native Florida on May 17 at the House of Blues in Orlando, and run through June 22nd in Dallas, Texas. Check here for NFG fan-club presale info.

Makes Me Sick is the 9th studio album from the perpetual defenders of pop-punk aka New Found Glory, available through Hopeless Records. 

New Found Glory premiere music video for new song “20 Years From Now”

Florida pop-punk veterans New Found Glory have released a video for a new song titled “20 Years From Now”, and you can check it out below. Guitarist Chad Gilbert had this to say about the track:

“We have learned so many lessons over the 20 years of this band but the underlining meaning of the song is about letting go of worry to feel true freedom. When you reflect on your life you realize how arguments, pride, and the worry of proving yourself never changed or fixed anything. Failure and missteps help refine your character and make you wiser. All you truly need to worry about is waking up each day and to try to be the best version of yourself. We feel very lucky that when we wake up we still get to be in this band. Thank you for that and we hope you enjoy the song.”

New Found Glory’s latest album Makes Me Sick came out in April on Hopeless Records.

New Found Glory release “Live In London” video

New Found Glory have released a 20 minute video of 5 songs from their recent performance at O2 Forum Kentish Town in London.

You can check it out below.

New Found Glory last released Makes Me Sick in April through Hopeless Records.

New Found Glory release music video for “The Sound of Two Voices”

New Found Glory have released a new music video for “The Sound of Two Voices”, from their latest album Makes Me Sick. You can check it out below.

Makes Me Sick came out in April through Hopeless Records.

New Found Glory hit the road with “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour

New Found Glory have announced a fall/winter leg of their “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour, proving what’s old is new again.

This leg of their tour will kick off on July 11th in Richmond VA and wrap up December 2nd in Alabama. Check out the full list of tour dates here.

Their last release, Makes Me Sick, was released April 28th through Hopeless Records.

New Found Glory release music video for new song “Party On Apocalypse”

Florida pop-punk veterans New Found Glory have released a music video for a brand new song titled “Party On Apocalypse”. Check it out below.

This track is taken from the band’s upcoming album Makes Me Sick, which is set to release on April 28th through Hopeless Records.

New Found Glory announce “20 Years of Pop Punk” Australian tour

Florida pop-punk veterans New Found Glory have announced they will be headed to Australia to tour in celebration of their 20th year as a band. You can find tour dates and locations below.

Each night of the tour the band will be playing two albums in full from their discography released pre-2010. Pre-sale tickets go on sale Thursday, 10 AM, and general tickets go on sale Friday at 11 AM. You can find more info on tickets here. The tour kicks off in Perth on the 8th of August, and ends in Melbourne on the 16th.

Video: New Found Glory’s “Happy Being Miserable”

Last month,  New Found Glory announced a 20th anniversary tour and a new studio album, and now they have released a video for one of the new songs.  You can check out “Happy Being Miserable” below.

The new album, Makes Me Sick, will be released on April 28th via Hopeless & Sub City Records.  It marks the band’s ninth studio album, and their first since 2014’s Resurrection.

New Found Glory announce new album, “Makes Me Sick”

It’s shaping up to be a pretty busy 2017 for the gentlemen in New Found Glory. The pop-punk vets had previously announced details behind a 20th anniversary tour, and now comes word of a brand-new studio album.

It’s called “Makes Me Sick,” and it’s due out April 28th on Hopeless Records. It marks the band’s ninth studio album, and their first since 2014’s “Resurrection.” Stay tuned for pre-order info and the album’s first single, both of which are due in a couple weeks’ time. In the meantime, check out those tour dates here.

New Found Glory announce 20th anniversary tour

Florida pop-punk veterans New Found Glory recently dropped a massive tour announcement. The band will be embarking on a one-and-a-half month long US tour beginning on March 22 in Baltimore MD and ending on May 12th in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Show goers can expect to hear the band play entire albums at select shows – you can get all of that information here.

You can see a full list of dates and locations below.

The band’s last album, Resurrection, was released in 2014.

New Found Glory finish recording new album

Pop-punk legends New Found Glory recently announced that they have wrapped up the recording process for their ninth upcoming album. Drummer Cyrus Bolooki posted on Instagram saying that they are on to the mixing stages of the recording and they are excited to share the new material with fans. You can check the post itself out below.

We will keep you updated as more details come to light.

The band’s last album, Resurrection, was released in 2014.

New Found Glory release coffee-table book, “Stories of a Different Kind”

Pop-punk legends New Found Glory have a new sort of release out today.  No, it’s not music.  The band has released a coffee-table book called Stories of a Different Kind, which features short stories, flyers, and poster art.

The band released the following statement about the project:

“When New Found Glory first started, a messy photocopied piece of paper was the way in which we would tell people about our local shows. We could have never imagined that such a simple, lost concept would now serve as the spark to reignite a lost memory. Stories Of A Different Kind is a storybook, but not a beginning-to-end narrative. It’s a visual journey through a time period that pre-dates social media and blogs: a time that newer fans might not know had existed and older fans can look back on. This could be our biggest accomplishment as a band to date and we are very excited to share it with everyone. As fans, you’re just as big of the reason why it exists as we are.”

You can pick up a copy of the book here, and catch New Found Glory on the Warped Tour this summer.

Music Video: New Found Glory – “Ready and Willing II”

Pop-punk legends New Found Glory have premiered a music video for their song “Ready and Willing II”, which is a new version of “Ready and Willing”, and it features Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus, Yellowcard‘s Ryan Key, Dashboard Confessional‘s Chris Carrabba and many others. You can watch the video below.

“Ready and Willing II” is taken from Resurrection: Ascension, which was released yesterday on Hopeless Records and is a reissue of New Found Glory’s latest album Resurrection, released over exactly a year ago. The band announced last April that they were in the studio working on new material.

Trash Boat release bonus Tour Documentary

UK pop-punks Trash Boat have just released a short documentary, depicting some of their antics as they toured with New Found Glory, earlier this year. Check it out below.