New Found Glory

From25 May 2019to26 May 2019

New Found Glory

New Found Glory is an American pop punk/ alternative rock band from Florida, currently consisting of Jordan Pundik, Chad Gilbert, Ian Grushka, and Cyrus Bolooki.

Formed in 1997 by Pundik (vocalist) and Grushka (bassist) who previously played together in bands called Inner City Kids and Flip 60. After the disbandment of Flip 60 Pundik recruited high school classmate and guitarist Stephen Klein to jam with them. Very soon after, drummer Joe Marino and guitarist Chad Gilbert joined the trio, and together they recorded their first EP, “It’s All About The Girls.” Soon after its release, Cyrus Bolooki replaced Marino and the band set out on tour up and down the east coast, quickly gaining a lot of underground attention; this caught the attention of Eulogy Recordings who partnered up with New Found Glory to expand their distribution.

The popularity resulted in their first full album, “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” resulting in their signing with Drive-Thru Records. The subsequent debut single “Hit Or Miss” propelled the band into mainstream popularity and reached certified gold status. From 2002 to 2004, the band hit the peak of their popularity, taking the headlining slot for the Vans Warped Tour, releasing “Sticks and Stones,” and “Catalyst,” the latter of which sold over 100,000 copies, and reached gold status, making it their third record to reach gold.

From 2006 to 2009, New Found Glory recorded and released three more albums, and signed on to an independent label, Bridge Nine Records and Epitaph Records. Through the new label they released “Not Without a Fight” in 2009 and put on a free show for their fans with a set list entirely requested by the fans. The following year, to mark the celebration of their first album, they re-released their first self-titled album, as well as a world tour with support from Saves The Day, Hellogoodbye, and Fireworks. In April 2011 they recorded “Radiosurgery” which was released later that same year; followed by a series of festivals around the world. In 2014 the band signed with Hopeless Records and released “Resurrection” in October.


Saturday 25 May 2019

New Found Glory

Temple Newsam Park, Leeds, UK


Sunday 26 May 2019

New Found Glory

Slam Dunk Festival 2019

Hatfield Park, Hatfield, UK

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