Published May 20, 2014New Found Glory haven't issued a proper full-length since giving us their Radiosurgery album back in 2011, but the long-running Florida pop punk act are apparently putting work into another record to be delivered later this year through new label home Hopeless Records.
News of the partnership arrived this week, with the label confirming that it is bringing New Found Glory into the stable for an upcoming LP release. Not much has been revealed behind the as-yet-untitled album, but the group are currently in the recording studio crafting their eighth full-length release. According to a Facebook post from the band, as well as a newly updated cover photo for their profile, the album is set to arrive sometime in the fall.
Though it's been a while since the band offered any original material, since the release of Radiosurgery they've delivered the Ramones covers EP Mania and the Kill It Live concert effort.
Over the years, New Found Glory have issued material through Drive-Thru, MCA, Geffen, Bridge 9, Epitaph and more.
The band also have some summer tour dates on the horizon, including Canadian appearances at Montebello's Amnesia Rockfest and Toronto's Riot Fest. You'll find the North American show schedule down below and details of an upcoming fall Euro trek over here.
06/20 Montebello, QC - Amnesia Rockfest
08/29-31 Columbus, OH - Fashion Meets Music Festival
09/06-07 Toronto, ON - Riot Fest
09/12-14 Chicago, IL - Riot Fest
09/19-21 Denver, CO - Riot Fest