David Bean

New Found Glory are ready for the end of the world with new song "Party on Apocalypse." The track is quintessential NFG: tongue-in-cheek themes, driving electric guitar riffs and Jordan Pundik's distinctly airy vocals. Get to streaming below via Spotify:

The majority of the song details a pending apocalypse, but the self-absorbed millenial generation might be the cause. "This self-centered generation taking pictures of themselves / And changing features / Printing over critical creatures," Pundik sings in the second verse. "Everyone's got a cause / But how strong is the foundation? / Moving like the waves of the ocean / Do you care or just throw stones in? / If a billboard read this was the end, I think I'd believe it."

"Party on Apocalypse" follows February's nauseous video for "Happy Being Miserable." The pop-punk veterans are currently on the road with the 20 Years of Pop-Punk Tour that celebrates their 20th anniversary. The trek began on March 22 and will run through May 12. Makes Me Sick, New Found Glory's ninth album, arrives on April 28. 

But before then, watch the guys break down their new sound on the record with Fuse: