New Found Glory plan tour to honor breakthrough album

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New Found Glory will celebrate the tenth anniversary of their self-titled second studio album by re-releasing the album and hitting the road for a club tour. The pop-punk outfit will play the album in its entirety at the House of Blues on Sunday, February 21 with help from Saves the Day, Hellogoodbye and Fireworks. Tickets, which are priced at $19.99 and $29, are now on sale through Ticketmaster.

Set to drop in stores on January 26, the 10th Anniversary Edition of New Found Glory will be comprised of the original breakthrough album, seven previously unreleased or rare bonus tracks, and the 2002 DVD documentary The Story So Far, which featured all of the band’s music videos to that date plus concert footage, interviews, and more. The package also includes new liner notes from each band member and the album’s producer Neal Avron.

“I never imagined we would get to the point of releasing a 10 Year Anniversary edition,” said lead singer Jordan Pundik in a press release. “When we were recording this record, we were still all pretty much living at home with our parents…We were just five kids from the suburbs that knew some power chords, had a love for playing music, and a love for playing live shows.”

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