New Found Glory announce 2017 UK tour and new album release

Florida pop-punkers New Found Glory announce an autumn tour following the release of their ninth album Makes Me Sick via Hopeless Records on the 28th April 2017.

Fresh from having toured UK arenas with A Day To Remember this month, the band’s “20 Years of Pop Punk” UK tour in September and October will see the band performing two of their most iconic albums in their entirety at each show, featuring different albums in different cities. In total they will play six of their classic albums in full on the upcoming UK tour.

The tour culminates with three very special shows in London at three different venues: the O2 Kentish Town Forum on October 6th; the Electric Ballroom in Camden October 7th, and the Underworld also in Camden October 8th

Tickets on general sale at 9am Friday 3rd February; all tour dates and info here.

nfg-1200x1200-nat-psGuitarist Chad Gilbert described the album to AltPress: “Lyrically, this album looks at our culture and where we’re at—even in ourselves. […] This album is more vulnerable, but it’s a different kind of vulnerability and honesty than our other records. Musically, we’ve found this sort of freedom because of our fans and their loyalty to us over the years. We use this juxtaposition between our most accountable lyrics and our most fun music.”

The first single, “Happy Being Miserable” will be out on the 16th February.

Agent contact: Mike Dewdney