Currently on the road across the UK in support of A Day To Remember, much adored pop-punk godfathers New Found Glory have now unveiled the title for their ninth full-length album. The band’s new studio LP, ‘Makes Me Sick’, will see a release on April 28th 2017 via Hopeless Records.
You can check out the artwork that will accompany the album below:
Though the full track listing for the release is yet to be confirmed, guitarist Chad Gilbert commented on the forthcoming release, “Lyrically, this album looks at our culture and where we’re at—even in ourselves. We live in a place where people, ourselves included, spend so much time pointing the finger at others. They point at everything else they want to fix with the world, but they never really point at themselves. This album is more vulnerable, but it’s a different kind of vulnerability and honesty than our other records. Musically, we’ve found this sort of freedom because of our fans and their loyalty to us over the years. We use this juxtaposition between our most accountable lyrics and our most fun music.”
The band will release the album’s lead single, ‘Happy Being Miserable’, with an accompanying video on February 16th 2017.
More details surrounding ‘Makes Me Sick’ will be confirmed as it develops.