Editors’ Notes Hear more songs you’ll like: “Hey Siri, play New Found Glory.”
If there was ever any question about pop punk’s continued popularity, New Found Glory is proof that the youthful genre never went away. After 23 years together, the Florida band has maintained relevancy by staying loyal to their peppy Warped Tour sound and their fans, and Forever and Ever x Infinity, their tenth studio album, shows them at their most refined. Singer Jordan Pundik’s joyful, nasal vocal tone has only become more distinguished, and the band has mastered what made them so distinctive in the first place: palm-muted power chords and gang vocals (“Nothing to Say”), nerdy pop culture references (“Scarier Than Jason Voorhees at a Campfire”), and playful self-deprecation (“Double Chin for the Win”) alongside assurances that everything is going to be okay (“Shook by Your Shaved Head”). These are songs meant to elicit the same rush as a school-age crush, just like New Found Glory songs always have.

SONG
Shook by Your Shaved Head
1
2:43
 
Greatest of All Time
2
2:57
 
Double Chin for the Win
3
2:38
 
Nothing to Say
4
2:01
 
Stay Awhile
5
3:24
 
Himalaya
6
3:01
 
Same Side Sitters
7
3:14
 
Like I Never Existed
8
3:17
 
More and More
9
4:10
 
Do You Want to Settle Down?
10
2:40
 
The Way You Deserve
11
3:49
 
Trophy
12
2:54
 
Scarier Than Jason Voorhees At A Campfire
13
2:57
 
Birthday Song but Not Really
14
2:58
 
Slipping Away
15
5:14
 

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