New Found Glory shot to fame in the early ‘00s with their self-titled album, New Found Glory, followed just…
With a new home and a sick line-up headlined by All Time Low, we joined thousands of alternative music fans in Leeds as Slam Dunk North bounced into town. Check out the photos and some of our highlights here.
Doll Skin drummer, Meghan Herring, speaks openly about her passion for music and the realities of life on the road, as well as dishing on her band’s upcoming Hopeless Records album Love Is Dead And We Killed Her and U.S. summer tour with punk/pop kingpins, New Found Glory.
Trash Boat just released their second full-length, Crown Shyness, via Hopeless Records. Noticeably heavier and more hard-hitting than their first outing, it seamlessly continues the band’s trajectory as one of pop-punk’s most noteworthy acts.
South Florida honoured the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting via a memorable #ParklandStrong benefit concert featuring William Ryan Key, Chris Carrabba and pop-punk icons New Found Glory.
Bayside is thrilled to announce that they will be heading out on tour with New Found Glory The Movielife, and former Yellowcard vocalist, William Ryan Key this spring and early summer.
Dead Cross – the most relentless and unforgiving performance of the weekend. Michael Crain (Retox) and Justin Pearson (the Locust, Head Wound City and Retox) along with the mighty Dave Lombardo and Mike Patton blasted their way through 45 minutes of sheer musical fury on the Roots stage at around 3:30 pm.
Nine albums down the line and one of the pop-punk originals New Found Glory return with more of the same upbeat, catchy songs they’ve done since day one. Read our thoughts here…
Pop-punk fans couldn’t have wished for a better line-up as A Day To Remember, New Found Glory, Neck Deep and Moose Blood brought the party to UK arena’s last month. We caught the tour in Leeds to bring back this review and photo set…
The fifth album from Canadian pop-punk Simple Plan again sees them marry pop and pop-punk to create something outside the expected blueprint. Read our thoughts here.
Ch-ch-ch-changes! Sometimes things aren’t what they seem, and a lot of the time that sucks, but New Found Glory isn’t letting the recent departure of a founding band member, and the circumstances surrounding the departure get to them.
It’s really hard to believe but New Found Glory is heading into its fifteenth anniversary together and just released a seventh record named Radiosurgery. The album is classic NFG, full of catchy melodies and easily relatable lyrics and has been very well received since its release in early October.