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NEW FOUND GLORY ‘KILL IT LIVE’ OFFICIALLY AVAILABLE TODAY

New Found Glory releases their live album, Kill It Live, today on Violently Happy / Bridge Nine Records. Two sold-out shows in Southern California¹s Chain Reaction are responsible for the incredible compilation of live energy captured on this 17-track record, which also features 3 bonus studio tracks.  The video for “Connect the Dots”, New Found Glory¹s new single from Kill It Live, was premiered last week on mtvU and Buzzworthy. Directed by John Francis Conway III, New Found Glory shows off their skills on the football field, while bringing their trademark pop-punk sound.

Established in 1997, New Found Glory has been a force in the punk rock scene since their inception.  From their debut Nothing Gold Can Stay in 1999 all the way to 2011’s Radiosurgery (with eight releases in between, 3 gold albums and 4 consecutive Billboard Top 20 albums), New Found Glory have transcended trends and gimmicks by writing songs from the heart that listeners of all ages can relate to.

Be sure to catch New Found Glory on the road co-headlining with Alkaline Trio and H2O later this month.  The tour starts October 23rd in San Francisco, California and runs through November 25th – all tour dates can be found below.

Pick up New Found Glory’s Kill It Live from any of these fine retailers here.

Kill It Live Track Listing:

1. Intro

2. Understatement

3. Don’t Let Her Pull You Down

4. All Downhill From Here

5. Anthem For the Unwanted

6. At Least I’m Known For Something

7. Sonny

8. Something I Call Personality

9. Boy Crazy

10. Tip of the Iceberg

11. Coming Home

12. Forget My Name

13. Sincerely Me

14. Hit or Miss

15. Truth Of My Youth

16. The Story So Far

17. My Friends Over You

18. I Want to Believe

19. Connect the Dots

20.  First Bite

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