Gearing up for the release of their ninth studio album Makes Me Sick, New Found Glory stopped by Fuse to let fans know what to expect from the project. "Different rhythms and different synth sounds...stuff we've never had before," reveals guitarist Chad Gilbert. "We really wanted to challenge ourselves," he says.
Above, the guys explain why, after self-producing their last few projects, they were excited to bring in musician and producer Aaron Sprinkle to produce the new album. Plus, find out why this album is a "new level of vulnerability" for them lyrically.
Below, talking about the project's lead single "Happy Being Miserable," the band assures us it has a positive message, despite its title. Plus, the guys detail having fun riffing on the classic 1986 coming-of-age movie Stand By Me in the "Happy Being Miserable" video.
Below, check out New Found Glory talking about life on the road for their 20 Years of Pop-Punk Tour, happening now through mid May (get tickets here). FYI: on the tour the band plays various albums from their early years, in full!