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New Found Glory Celebrate Holiday Season With New Single


Floridian pop-punk legends release new track, Holiday Records, from their upcoming festive holiday album.

It’s never too early for Christmas music and pop-punk legends New Found Glory are celebrating their festive favourites with new single/music video Holiday Records.

The track is the latest from the band’s forthcoming holiday album, December’s Here, out December 3rd via Hopeless Records. New Found Glory is hoping to help fans get into the holiday spirit with eleven original songs, including the previous single Somber Christmas.

Combining punk, hardcore, and post-hardcore with emotional lyrics and melody is nothing new for the band that epitomizes heartfelt optimism with DIY work-ethic and spirit.

Earlier this year the band released their new deluxe album, Forever And Ever x Infinity…And Beyond!!!. The release features six new songs that the band wrote and recorded during the pandemic. These include the latest singles Backseat and The Last Redeye.

The deluxe album has been pressed on a limited-edition double LP paired with a collectable 24-page zine that was designed by the band. The zine is complete with never-before-seen photos and notes from New Found Glory.

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. With Forever + Ever x Infinity…And Beyond!!! the band created an album that is, even more, 100% New Found Glory.

Holiday Records is out now on all streaming services.

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