New Found Glory has been a band for 23 years and is known for hits like “My Friends Over You” and “Dressed to Kill.” Their unmistakable pop-punk prowess led them to be up there with the likes of Simple Plan, Sum 41, and Good Charlotte. They’re a household name at this point, but are they still relevant? Let’s take a look with their 10th outing, Forever And Ever x Infinity.
Kicking off the 15-track album, “Shook By Your Shaved Head” is a tongue-in-cheek, riff-heavy jaunt. It’s par-for-the-course with NFG, with jovial lyrics and a carefree presentation. “Greatest of All Time” is the leading single, operating as quintessential pop-punk with a “’96 Bulls” lyric that smacked a smirk on my face. This is the most accessible track off Forever And Ever x Infinity to reel old fans back in.
Veteran pop-punk band New Found Glory never seem to stop touring or recording music. The Florida favorites are here to make your winter a little less miserable by announcing “From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town” – coming (hopefully) to your town this summer.
Our staff photographer Alex was able to cover 1 of the 2 nights the Sick tour hit Chicago last week with New Found Glory, Bayside, The Movielife, and William Ryan Key. Check out photos of New Found Glory and Bayside below!
New Found Glory and Bayside are a pop punk tour made in heaven. Having The Movielife and an ex-Yellowcard member in Ryan Key only tops this tour off with all 4 bands having a intertwined history together.