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Oct 20, 2014

POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FLPhotos By: Maysa Askar

POZ Gallery: The GK Tour 
Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks 
Location:House Of Blues - Orlando, FL
Photos By: Maysa Askar

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Oct 20, 2014

POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold POZ Gallery: The GK Tour Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PAPhotos By: Allison Newbold

POZ Gallery: The GK Tour 
Features: New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks 
Location:The TLA - Philadelphia, PA
Photos By: Allison Newbold

New Found Glory Strip Down “Ready And Willing”

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 11, 2014

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Watch New Found Glory play a stripped down version of “Ready And Willing” for Glamour Kills below.

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POZ Review: New Found Glory - Resurrection

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 9, 2014

by Becky Kovach, edited by Erik van Rheenen

There is no more fitting title for New Found Glory’s new album than Resurrection. After a whirlwind of a year that left the Florida quintet down to a foursome, and a (not so) surprising signing to pop punk powerhouse Hopeless Records, it makes sense that the band’s first album since is all about rising from the ashes and standing tall.
 
Despite the departure of primary lyricist Steve Klein and all that’s happened since, Resurrection is still, undoubtedly, a New Found Glory album. The melodies that swirl around your brain for days, the catchy choruses, swift guitar work, and steadfast drumming – it’s all still alive and well in the 13 tracks that comprise New Found Glory’s latest release.
 
This isn’t just New Found Glory though – it’s a more focused band that took to the studio to record Resurrection. Noticeably lacking are the songs about bitter heartbreak - not completely eradicated, but reined in and refined. There’s the somber “Angel,” which sees Jordan Pundik scolding: “Towards the end I heard you talking to another/Two months later/you were calling them your lover/So what makes you think/That you’re better, better than anyone/You’re no angel,” amidst heavy bass. And the more playful “Vicious Love,” whose recurring melodies are reminiscent of the bridge in Sticks And Stones’s “Head On Collision.”

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New Found Glory - In The Studio: Part Five

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 9, 2014

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New Found Glory have released their final studio video for Resurrection. Watch the update below after the jump.

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New Found Glory Stream ‘Resurrection’ For Real This Time

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 6, 2014

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New Found Glory are releasing Resurrection on tomorrow via Hopeless Records. Stream the full record below.

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New Found Glory GK Tour Set List

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 5, 2014

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New Found Glory are out on The GK Tour in support of Resurrection. Check out their set list from the tour below after the jump.

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New Found Glory Stream New Album ‘Resurrection’

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 2, 2014

New Found Glory are releasing Resurrection on October 7th via Hopeless Records. Stream the full record below.

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New Found Glory - In The Studio: Part Four

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 1, 2014

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New Found Glory have released a fourth studio video for Resurrection. Watch the update below after the jump.  

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NFG’s “It’s Not Your Fault” v 1D’s “Steal My Girl” v Journey’s “Faithfully”

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 1, 2014

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Some poor soul put together a YouTube video of New Found Glory’s “It’s Not Your Fault” side by side, and then during, One Direction’s “Steal My Girl.” And just cause that’s not enough, there’s also a video of Journey’s “Faithfully” so you can actually see where New Found Glory stole their riff from first!

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Did One Direction Rip Off New Found Glory?

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 30, 2014

Chad Gilbert took to Twitter today to call out One Direction for “Steal My Girl” and its riff in relation to the New Found Glory's own “It’s Not Your Fault.” Check out the songs and tweets below and let us know you thoughts. 

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POZ Stream: New Found Glory - “Stubborn”

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 26, 2014

New Found Glory are coming back with Resurrection on October 7th via Hopeless Records. PropertyOfZack is co-premiering a new track from the release today called “Stubborn” alongside AbsolutePunk, PureVolume, Buzznet, and Under The Gun. Pre-order the album here and stream “Stubborn” below!

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New Found Glory Team Up With Glamour Kills For Vinyl Release

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 26, 2014

New Found Glory have teamed up with Glamour Kills for a special limited to 300 vinyl variant of Resurrection. Order it here and check out The GK Tour dates below.

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New Found Glory Stream “Stories Of A Different Kind”

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 25, 2014

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New Found Glory have released ”Stories Of A Different Kind” from Resurrection. Stream it here via Alt or below.

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POZ Discussion: Most Anticipated October Releases

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 25, 2014

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October is nearly here, and we’re continuing 2014 with a jam-packed month of releases that PropertyOfZack team members couldn’t be more stoked to hear. In today’s new Discussion, we’re highlighting our personal Most Anticipated October Releases. Check out our list below and feel free to reblog with what you’re looking forward to as well!

New Found Glory - Resurrection (10/07)
For years New Found Glory have been your best friends’ band; guys who seemed inseparable, often releasing the kind of music that reminds you how fun being in a band can be, while also realizing all the good times of your twenties must one day cascade into being a grown up. Even when some releases weren’t pristine, their music still invoked certain feelings and feels timeless. However, life does happen, so when the band announced late last year that longtime guitarist Steve Klein was no longer a member, it was quite a shock — especially after his subsequent arrest.

While I will disagree with the band’s choice of album title with “Resurrection,” their decision to soldier on as a four piece was more than logical, and it looks like the band is ready to release a barnburner of a record. The tracks heard for far, “Selfless” and “Ready and Willing,” invoke both the band’s always youthful mindset mixed with the heavy handed fist-throwers that were emphasized on their 2009 standout “Not Without a Fight.”

There is no doubt a fighting spirit here, a move in maturity that keeps their young men identities through marriages, kids, and hard times. This isn’t about a resurrection for New Found Glory: it’s a reminder and reawakening to the MO they have served up for over 15 years. - Jason Stives

Yellowcard - Lift A Sail
Three songs have already been released from Yellowcard’s upcoming album, Lift A Sail, and one thing has been made exceedingly clear: this is not the same band that everyone has come to expect. This is a band that chose to try new things and push themselves to their limits – and the result is an album that is bolder, stronger, and more fearless than ever before.

For a well-established band to reinvent itself so far into their career is no easy feat, and it’s sad to think that many fans might not give Lift A Sail the chances it deserves because it’s such a drastic change. However no one can deny that it took balls for Yellowcard to do what they wanted versus what was expected. - Becky Kovach

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