New Found Glory have released a video for “Barbed Wire.”
New Found Glory will be playing the last three Warped Tour dates.
Reader Talas wrote in to let us know that last night in Phoenix, AZ, William Ryan Key announced he’s working on a new EP for release later this year, and he’ll be doing a run of small intimate tour dates. New Found Glory announced that Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” will be on the next version of From the Screen to Your Stereo and they’re aiming for that to come out next year.
New Found Glory have released a video for “Heaven Sent.”
New Found Glory’s deluxe album, Makes Me Sick Again, is now available on streaming services. It contains the new songs, “Heaven Sent,” “Vacation Day,” and “20 Years From Now.”
New Found Glory have released a new video for “Call Me Anti-Social.” Also, multiple people submitted news that the band hinted at working on part three of From the Screen to Your Stereo at their benefit show last night.
New Found Glory will be releasing a new deluxe version of Makes Me Sick. It’ll be out on May 18th and have three new songs.
Sparrow Sleeps have released another album of lullaby renditions, this time focusing on the hits from New Found Glory. You can stream the album on Spotify or purchase it on their website.
New Found Glory have announced BreakFEST, a music, breakfast, and community festival. The press release can be found below.
New Found Glory have announced a benefit show for the Broward Education Foundation Stoneman Douglas Fund at Pompano Beach Amphitheater on May 16th.
The full announcement can be read below.
New Found Glory have announced a new tour. They’ll be bringing Bayside, The Movielife, and William Ryan Key along as openers.
New Found Glory have released a new song and video called “20 Years From Now.”
New Found Glory sat down with Nylon to do a little oral history:
We were in a house in Malibu at that time, making Coming Home and thinking nothing could stop us. When we released it—iTunes and downloading music was still new—we went from selling 147,000 records to 34,000. It was a huge blow to our egos and a wake-up call. We made a very conscious decision to remember why we were making music in the first place. Of course, we had to learn to adapt to the rapidly changing industry, but that experience ultimately made our fan base stronger. Suddenly, there were people who were there from the beginning and those who were just discovering us through the internet.
Jordan and Chad from New Found Glory are on the latest episode of the Rock Sound Podcast. The story about how Chad ended up on Fall Out Boy’s album is pretty funny.
New Found Glory have released a new “Live in London” video. The video features live footage of five songs from the band’s recent show at O2 Forum Kentish Town in London.
Hayley Williams and Chad Gilbert have released a joint statement announcing they are “splitting up” on Instagram.
Cyrus Bolooki of New Found Glory is the latest guest on Mike Herrera’s podcast.
New Found Glory have announced some new tour dates.