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New Found Glory Announce Christmas Album ‘December’s Here’

Pop-punk legends New Found Glory are hoping to get fans into the holiday spirit with eleven original songs, including the new single and music video ‘Somber Christmas.’

Today, pop-punk legends New Found Glory announced their new holiday album, December’s Here, out December 3rd via Hopeless Records.  

“We decided to make a Christmas album because the members of NFG always get in the spirit for every holiday but mainly to add a little variety to the holiday for our fans,” shares guitarist Chad Gilbert. “A lot of holiday music is all the same and are just modern cover versions of old songs. We wanted to add some new music into the mix and give New Found Glory fans their own style of holiday.

“We hope our fans make this a special record for their families. A New Found Glory record that they can revisit every year and blasted around the house when they start decorating all the way up to Christmas Day after opening gifts and eating with the family.” 

Chad says that the single ‘Somber Christmas’ is about having a better Christmas this year than last.

“I think there was so much anxiety and unknown for so many in 2020 that last Christmas was a tough one,” Chad adds. “This song is about trying to get back to the simple things that make the Christmas season so special.” 

Earlier this year, the band released their new deluxe album, Forever And Ever x Infinity…And Beyond!!!, featuring six new songs that the band wrote and recorded during the pandemic, including the latest singles’ Backseatand ‘The Last Redeye.’

The band also recently wrapped the ‘Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead’ Tour, which featured support from Less Than JakeHot Mulligan, and LØLØ After 20+ years of being a band, ten studio albums, one live album, two EPs, and four cover albums, New Found Glory’s ethos has never wavered; they always strive to be the friend you always need and who always understands you.

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