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New Found Glory

They rock and Jordan is so hot.
 

A New Found Glory
Coral Springs, FL punk-pop band New Found Glory formed in the summer of 1997, comprising vocalist Jordan Pundik, guitarists Chad Gilbert and Steve Klein, bassist Ian Grushka and drummer Cyrus Bolooki. Renowned for their energetic live shows, the group toured up and down the East Coast, quickly selling out the entire pressing of their debut EP It's All About the Girls. The full-length Nothing Gold Can Stay followed in 1999; New Found Glory signed to major-label MCA soon after, re-releasing the album that autumn. The EP From the Screen to Your Stereo followed in the spring of 2000, heralding the release of the full-length New Found Glory later that year. A high-profile tour with Blink 182 and an appearance on the Warped Tour helped them gain more exposure, and they stepped back into the studio at the end of 2001 to work on the followup. The results were released in the summer of 2002 as Sticks and Stones. The Stones single "My Friends Over You" was a huge hit, and helped snag NFG a headlining spot for the 2002 Warped Tour jaunt. After the tour and its resulting hype, New Found Glory re-entered the studio with a newfound restlessness. The result, issued in May 2004, was Catalyst, which found the band's sugary punk-pop steeped in influences from hardcore and thrash to keyboard-y new wave.

 

 
 



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