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Photos: Riot Fest 2021 – Machine Gun Kelly, New Found Glory, The Flaming Lips

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Pop-Punk artist Machine Gun Kelly, who will release his newest album, Born With Horns, sometime in 2021, performed at Riot Fest in Chicago on Sept. 19th with pop-punk band New Found Glory, who released their newest album, Forever + Ever x Infinity, on June 19th, 2020 via Hopeless, psychedelic rock band The … Continue reading

Simple Plan & New Found Glory Announce 5 New Dates for “Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour”

By: Staff – Simple Plan and New Found Glory have announced 5 new dates for their upcoming “Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour”. The new dates/cities for the 32-show tour include: Las Vegas on Sept. 5, San Diego on Sept. 6, Denver on Sept. 16, Raleigh on Oct. 10, and Ft. Lauderdale on Oct. 15. … Continue reading

New Found Glory Announces 10th Album “Forever + Ever x Infinity”

By: Staff – New Found Glory has officially announced their tenth studio album Forever + Ever x Infinity. The band has put together a quintessential NFG record, supremely catchy with sing-along anthems, trademark breakdowns, and sweetly poignant lyrics. “This is the record our fans have been waiting for us to make,” guitarist Chad Gilbert shares, … Continue reading

Photos: New Found Glory, Hawthorne Heights @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Pop-punk band New Found Glory, who released their newest album, Makes Me Sick, in April 28, 2017 vis Hopeless, which featured the singles “Happy Being Miserable”, “Party On Apocalypse”, and “The Sound of Two Voices”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (Nov. 13th) with emo band Hawthorne … Continue reading

Photos: New Found Glory, Bayside, The Movielife @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Pop-punk band New Found Glory, who released their ninth album, Makes Me Sick, on April 28th, 2017 via Hopeless, which featured the singles “Happy Being Miserable”, “Party on Apocalypse”, and “The Sound of Two Voices”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (May 27th) with Queens, New York-based punk rock band Bayside, New … Continue reading

New Found Glory Announces 2018 Tour Dates

By: Staff – How does New Found Glory top the fun, nostalgia, and success of the 20 Years of Pop Punk Tour in 2017? With the announcement of the “Sickest Tour” line-up! “The Sick Tour” will kick off in May with support from Bayside, The Movielife, and former Yellowcard vocalist Ryan Key. Not only will Key be opening with his first solo tour, he will also will be … Continue reading

Photos: New Found Glory, Roam @ Manchester Academy

Photos by: Priti Shikotra – Pop-punk band New Found Glory, who released their ninth album, Makes Me Sick, on April 28th, 2017 via Hopeless, which featured the singles “Happy Being Miserable”, “Party on Apocalypse”, and “The Sound of Two Voices”, performed at Manchester Academy in Manchester, UK last night (Sept. 29th) with UK pop-punk band Roam, who will release … Continue reading

Interview: New Found Glory Talks “Makes Me Sick”, 20th Anniversary Tour, and Meeting Tom Hanks

By: Curtis Sindrey – Pop-Punk mainstays New Found Glory are back with their brand new album, Makes Me Sick (out April 28 via Hopeless). Produced by Aaron Sprinkle (MxPx, Anberlin, Acceptance) and mixed by Tom Lord-Alge (U2, The Rolling Stones, Blink 182), Makes Me Sick takes risks, introduces new sounds and proves that after 20 years, New Found Glory … Continue reading

New Found Glory Announces 20th Anniversary Tour

By: Staff – Pop-Punk icons New Found Glory announced their 20th Anniversary Tour today. The tour starts March 22 in Baltimore, MD and travels across the United States before ending in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on May 12. Fans will be able to hear select albums in their entirety released prior to 2010 at each tour date. A full list of dates and albums can be found below. … Continue reading

Sum 41 announces signing to Hopeless Records

By: Staff – Celebrating their 20th Anniversary since starting the band, Sum 41 has announced their signing to Hopeless Records. This will mark the band’s first album in five years, following 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder, which featured the Grammy-nominated song “Blood In My Eyes.” The upcoming album was written, engineered and produced by lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist Deryck Whibley. … Continue reading

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