NEW FOUND GLORY Releases New Single and Music Video for “Party on Apocalypse”

New Found Glory has released a new song and music video for “Party on Apocalypse” via Hopeless Records’ YouTube Channel. The video can be seen HERE and streamed on Spotify and Apple Music. Coming off a string of sold-out shows, including a stop in NYC with visits to Rolling Stone, Billboard, Inked Magazine and UFC, this is the band’s second video released from their upcoming 10-track album, Makes Me Sick, due out April 28th.

Directed by Max Moore, the video shows the best doomsday party ever held in an underground bunker. On the song, guitarist Chad Gilbert says, “Is the end of the world near…? It sure feels like it sometimes. If the end is inevitable, haven’t you thought about rounding up all the people you love for a celebration? A Party On Apocalypse. This video was intended to feel like a 2002 TRL video, trapped in a Hollywood Apocalypse gritty film. Try to be a light in a dark place!”
Makes Me Sick was produced by Aaron Sprinkle (MxPx, Anberlin, Acceptance) and mixed by Tom Lord-Alge (U2, The Rolling Stones, Blink 182) and is now available for pre-order at http://smarturl.it/nfgmerch or on iTunes at http://smarturl.it/MakesMeSick. Full track listing and album artwork below. The band previously released a “Stand By Me”-inspired video for Happy Being Miserable, which can be seen at http://smarturl.it/HappyBeingMiserable.
The band is currently on the road for a massive 20 Years of Pop Punk anniversary tour, which is nearly sold out. Select dates have remaining tickets and many cities still have VIP upgrades available at newfoundglory.com. Exclusive bundles are available through Ticketmaster and include a download of Makes Me Sick.
Makes Me Sick Tracklisting:
1. Your Jokes Aren’t Funny
2. Party On Apocalypse
3. Call Me Anti-Social
4. Happy Being Miserable
5. The Sound Of Two Voices
6. Blurred Vision
7. Say It Don’t Spray It
8. Barbed Wire
9. Short and Sweet
10. The Cheapest Thrill
 
Upcoming Tour Dates:
April 14       St. Louis, MO               Delmar Hall – SOLD OUT
April 15       Lawrence, KS               Granada Theatre
April 17       Denver, CO                   Marquis Theater – SOLD OUT
April 18       Denver, CO                   Marquis Theater – SOLD OUT
April 19       Denver, CO                   Marquis Theater – SOLD OUT
April 21       Santa Ana, CA              The Observatory – SOLD OUT
April 22       Santa Ana, CA              The Observatory – SOLD OUT
April 23       Las Vegas, NV              House of Blues
April 25       San Francisco, CA       Slim’s – SOLD OUT
April 26       San Francisco, CA       Slim’s – SOLD OUT
April 27       San Francisco, CA       Slim’s – SOLD OUT
April 28       West Hollywood, CA  Troubador – SOLD OUT
April 29       West Hollywood, CA  Troubador – SOLD OUT
April 30       West Hollywood, CA  Troubador – SOLD OUT
May 2           Phoenix, AZ                 Nile Theater – SOLD OUT
May 4           Austin, TX                    The Mohawk
May 5           Dallas, TX                     The Door
May 6           Austin, TX                    The Mohawk – SOLD OUT
May 8           Orlando, FL                 The Social – SOLD OUT
May 9           Orlando, FL                 The Social – SOLD OUT
May 10         Orlando, FL                 The Social – SOLD OUT
May 12         Ft. Lauderdale, FL     Revolution Live
May 14         Orlando, FL                 House of Blues
May 15         Atlanta, GA                  Masquerade
May 17         Carrboro, NC               Cat’s Cradle
May 18         Nashville, TN              Exit/In – SOLD OUT

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