New Found Glory Announce Album Reissue

Pop-punkers, New Found Glory, have announced a reissue of their latest album Resurrection titled Resurrection: Ascension. To be released on October 9th via Hopeless Records, the reissue includes 7 additional tracks including two new songs, two new versions of tracks including the new version of “Vicious Love” featuring Hayley Williams, and three acoustic tracks!

Resurrection: Ascension pre-order packages include an exclusive vinyl variant with a limited pressing of 1000, which can be found here!

Below you can find the track listing for Resurrection: Ascension!

1. Selfless
2. Resurrection
3. The Worst Person
4. The Enemy *
5. Ready and Willing II *
6. The Crown *
7. One More Round
8. Vicious Love (feat. Hayley Williams) *
9. Persistent
10. Stories Of A Different Kind
11. Degenerate
12. Angel
13. Stubborn
14. Living Hell
15. On My Own
16. Ready and Willing (Acoustic) *
17. Persistent (Acoustic) *
18. Living Hell (Acoustic) *
19. Vicious Love
20. Ready and Willing

Review:: Resurrection | New Found Glory


“I’m just dust in the breeze, but I wanna be a hurricane.”

Reflections on personal growth and burnt bridges accentuate New Found Glory’s eighth studio album, aptly titled Resurrection. Combining catchy hooks and a sound that is distinctly ‘pop punk,’ NFG solidifies their spot as top dogs in their genre with this solid release.

Addictive choruses and anthemic verses are sure to have listeners at least bobbing their heads through their first time through. The album starts powerful with “Selfless” before changing the tempo with “Angel.” However, the monumentum never slows down, as the band presents the album’s thesis in “Stubborn”, proclaiming, “I’m not trying to win you back, I’m not on my knees. I’m just owe you this much: I’m not holding grudges anymore.”

With very few misses, sly digs and strong instrumentals make Resurrection a must listen for fans of the pop punk genre.

Release Date: October 7th, 2014
Rating: 3.5/5
Runtime: ~42 minutes
Check out: “Stubborn”, “Persistent”

01. Selfless
02. Resurrection
03. The Worst Person
04. Ready and Willing
05. One More Round
06. Vicious Love
07. Persistent
08. Stories of a Different Kind
09. Degenerate
10. Angel
11. Stubborn
12. Living Hell
13. On My Own

Written by Carina Browder 

New Music Video: 

Ready and Willing New Found Glory

This track is off the bands upcoming album, Resurrection, to be released October 7th via Hopeless Records. For more info on the new album, click here. New Found Glory also just kicked off the Glamour Kills Tour with We Are The In Crowd and Fireworks. For more info on the tour, click here.

New Found Glory Announced As Headliners For 5th Annual Glamour Kills Tour


The 5th Annual Glamour Kills Tour will be hitting the road this fall featuring New Found Glory in support of their upcoming album, Resurrection. The tour also features We Are The In Crowd and Fireworks!! On select dates you can catch Candy Hearts, Red City Radio, and Better Off, as well. 

Various Resurrection pre-order bundles, which include items such as the CD, vinyl, poster, t-shirt, and pre-sale GA ticket and VIP soundcheck for the Glamour Kills tour, are all available for pre-order now here!

Tour dates can be found below!

10.3 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues 
10.4 – Los Angeles, CA  @ House of Blues                            
10.5 – Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
10.7 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s
10.9 – Tampa, FL @ Orpheum  
10.10 – Orlando, FL @ House of Blues      
10.11 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution                  
10.12 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade                    
10.14 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
10.15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
10.16 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
10.17 – New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
10.18 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom          
10.19 – New York, NY @ Best Buy Theater      
10.21 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
10.22 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
10.23 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
10.24 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre              
10.26 – St Louis, MO @ The Ready Room                  
10.28 – Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theater
10.30 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater              
10.31 – Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Live      
11.1 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
11.2 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades                    
11.4 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox                            
11.5 – Portland, OR @ Hawthrone Theater                      
11.7 – San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom    
11.8 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst

New Found Glory Announce New Album

New Found Glory have announced that their new album, Resurrection, will be released via Hopeless Records on October 7th!

Check out the track listing below! To pre-order the album, click here.

1. Selfless
2. Resurrection (Featuring Scott Vogel of Terror)
3. The Worst Person
4. Ready and Willing
5. One More Round
6. Vicious Love
7. Persistent
8. Stories Of A Different Kind
9. Degenerate
10. Angel
11. Stubborn (Featuring Anthony Raneri of Bayside)
12. Living Hell
13. On My Own (Featuring Brendan Yates of Turnstile)

Interview With:: The Brevet

First off, please introduce yourselves and tell us your roles in the band.

Hi, We (Aric, Michael and David) are The Brevet! Aric and I (Michael) grew up together in Orange County. We started our first band in 7th grade and our musical brains have been growing together ever since. Our musical ideas are bounced back and fourth until we come up with something we like. Aric primarily does lead vocals and guitars. David’s on drums, percussion, background vocals, and at times, goat toes. I’m usually on piano, background vocals and production.

You recently made it into Music Connection Magazine’s Top 25 New Music Critiques for 2013 (congrats, by the way!). What are some of your favorite new music acts of 2013?

Thanks, we’re really excited about that. We’ve loving Churchill, Lord Huron, Bahamas… Honestly, there are A LOT of great new sounds out right now so it’s hard to narrow it down to just a few.

Back in April you guys released your album, Battle of the Heart. In my opinion, the album does a great job at telling the story of who you are as a band. What was the inspiration behind this album?

We wanted to create something that defined us as people, not only artists. We all have our ups and downs (pun intended) and we wanted to share those feelings with everyone. We were thrown into a very interesting world after college and wanted to go all out for something
that we loved. We feel the album represents what all of us go through at some point in life, which is a “battle of the heart”. Putting it plainly; deciding to go for your dreams and aspirations or choosing a potentially steadier future. For us, we didn’t want to wake up in our
60’s and regret not doing what we love (which, for us, is making music). That “battle” is a huge theme, lyrically, through out the album.

The Brevet could be compared to many different artists from Coldplay to Mumford and Sons to Augustana. Who are some of your musical influences that helped shape The Brevet?

Definitely all three of those. I’d also throw in Needtobreathe, Bruce Springsteen, Kings of Leon and composers such as Thomas Newman. (Just to name a few)

When it comes to writing new music, what is the process like? Are songs written based by experience or whatever happens, happens, etc.?

Much of this is organic, depending on the mood we want to write for. Sometimes Aric locks himself in his room and writes out the big ideas and we tweak them at the studio, sometimes I throw together an idea on the piano and record it on my iphone. Much of the collaborative songs are Aric and myself on our instruments brainstorming emotional sounds, then the melodies follow, and lyrics after that. Bottom line, a good idea is a good idea. We push ourselves to make the best.

Earlier this year your music was featured on both the CW and MLB Network. If you could place one of your songs in a TV show of your choice, which would it be and why?

I’d love to have a leading sound in a show like The Voice, to speak to a music-oriented audience. It would also be great to stand as a cinematic element to a show like the upcoming Resurrection on ABC. We’ve always admired the Fray’s spot on Grey’s Anatomy because of its cinematic element.

You guys are currently working on new music, due in early 2014. Can you give us a little insight as to what fans can expect to hear? How will the new music differ from your previous album?

Our writing abilities, production abilities, musicianship and everything else became so much better because of how much time we spent in the studio last year. Our new music is taking more cinematic inspiration, more focus on Aric’s amazing voice, and more of a focus on storytelling. We are really proud of it.

What can we expect next from The Brevet?

Get ready for our live sets to start picking up!

Thank you for your time! Anything else you’d like to add?

Thank you! You ask some really great questions! We’d just like to add that we’re extremely humbled by how much love we’ve been receiving and hope we’re able to continue chasing this dream. We also have a music video in the works 🙂