New Found Glory's long-awaited "music video," of pictures sent in by fans to MTV set to their song "Situations," can be seen in the replies. Steve wrote in to let us know that "MTV was supposed to do a cool video for the song" however after the band spent the time to record the song, MTV never made the video. The video is something Cyrus did in the studio on iMovie. Steve put the video up so that all the kids who spent the time to send in pictures could maybe see themselves and know that the song was inspired by them.
New Found Glory's Hits will hit stores on March 4, 2008. The high-resolution artwork can be found in the AP.net gallery. The liner notes to the album will be written by Chad Gilbert, and will contain pictures from the band's own archives.
02) Hit or Miss (Waited Too Long)
03) Dressed to Kill
04) My Friends Over You
05) Head On Collision
07) All Downhill From Here
08) I Don't Wanna Know
09) Failure's Not Flattering (What's Your Problem)
10) It's Not Your Fault
11) Hold My Hand
12) Constant Static
New Found Glory's Tip of the Iceberg will be released in April 2008 via Bridge Nine Records on CD, 7", and digital formats. The EP will have three original songs and three cover songs. A full press release can be found in the replies.
At their November 3 show, Chad from New Found Glory said that they would do almost anything fans asked them to do, all they needed was a note or a poster or something, including anything from playing guitar on stage with them to having them sing Happy Birthday to your friend. The extremely generous videos can be seen in the replies.
Last night at their show in NYC, New Found Glory had Lisa Loeb come out for guest vocals on "Stay." They also said that they would be back in the studio after this tour recording new original material.
New Found Glory is going to be conducting a video interview of sorts and they want you to think of the questions. Post any questions that you have for the band and they will take them right from this thread and answer them for you.
New Found Glory's new single, "Kiss Me," is now up for voting on Fuse's Oven Fresh. The track is taken from the group's forthcoming release, From the Screen to Your Stereo Part 2, which is scheduled for release tomorrow, September 18th via Drive-Thru Records.
The Receiving End of Sirens have been selected to support New Found Glory and Senses Fail on their forthcoming co-headlining tour. The group will be touring in support of their latest release, The Earth Sings Mi Fa Mi, which is available now courtesy of Triple Crown Records.
AP.net would like to thank Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory for taking the time out of his busy schedule to talk to the members of Absolutepunk. We'd also like to thank the members of the site for making a great thread. Don't forget--the new album, From the Screen to Your Stereo II, will be in stores September 18, 2007. Be sure to pick it up. You can read all of Chad's responses here.
New Found Glory have launched a full-album stream in support of their highly-anticipated, upcoming release, From the Screen to Your Stereo Part 2, on their myspace profile. The album is scheduled for release on September 18th via Drive-Thru Records.
Drive-Thru Records have launched a promotional trailer in support of the forthcoming New Found Glory and Senses Fail co-headlining tour, on which the pair will feature support from Set Your Goals, Bedlight for Blue Eyes, Dr. Manhattan and A Cursive Memory. You can find the video in the replies.
We're proud to present our ABSOLUTExclusive stream of New Found Glory's cover of "King of Wishful Thinking" going on now at the group's artist profile. The track is taken from the band's highly-anticipated, upcoming release, From the Screen to Your Stereo Part 2, which is scheduled for release next Tuesday, September 18th.
New Found Glory's new music video for "Kiss Me" can be seen in the replies. The track is taken from the band's highly-anticipated release, From the Screen to Your Stereo Part 2, which is due out on September 18th. Don't forget to check back Friday for the ABSOLUTExclusive stream of "King of Wishful Thinking."