Earlier this year, New Found Glory brought their gigantic 20 Years of Pop Punk career retrospective tour to include a Exit/In on May 18, where they played arguably their two most famous releases, 2002’s Sticks and Stones and 2004’s Catalyst, in full (each night of the run features two different album performances). Unsurprisingly, that show sold out almost instantly, and the band, now partially Nashville based and who frequently operate within Music City, plotted a swift return, July 20 at The Basement East, to perform their 2000 eponymous sophomore release New Found Glory and 2009’s highly underrated Not Without a Fight.
That second show, too, sold out, and the pop punk pioneers have responded by recently announcing yet ANOTHER Nashville date, once again at The Basement East on Dec. 3, where they’ll again tackle Sticks and Stones as well as their cult favorite soundtrack covers album From the Screen to Your Stereo, which definitely feels more like a special treat for the semi-hometown crowd. Tickets are available now right here, and if history has taught us anything, you’d better get them asap!
And, though they’re taking a look back at the last 20 years while on the road, NFG also still have an eye on the future, with their ninth album, Makes Me Sick, having dropped earlier this year via Hopeless Records. We already told you about the video for lead single “Happy Being Miserable” and followup “Party On Apocalypse” a few months back, and the band have just dropped yet another new spot, this time for hypnotic single “The Sound of Two Voices.” After you grab tickets to celebrate what came before, check out a taste of what comes next, below!