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Hidden Gems: New Found Glory

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 17 May 2018 at 10.35

Kings of pop-punk, New Found Glory are responsible for some all time classics tunes. Yet what about the ones that get overlooked? Well, you'll be glad to know we've made a big list for you to get stuck into. No need to thank us. 


I DON'T WANT TO MISS A THING
Ever wondered what Aerosmith's classic rock song would sound like if it was made for basement shows and stagedives? NFG got you covered. 



BALLAD FOR THE LOST ROMANTICS

One of the many pieces that made the band's self-titled album so legendary. 



SINCERELY ME

A bouncy offering that showcased how well NFG had a grasp on that perfect pop-punk sound. 



NEVER GIVE UP

A strong sentiment and one that still rings true as much now as it did back then. 



ANNIVERSARY

The final crescendo on the band's classic album and a way to bow out. 



YOUR BIGGEST MISTAKE

What an album 'Catalyst' is, and what an underapprciated epic this energetic number is. 



SADNESS

A lovely little bonus attached to the end of 'Radiosurgery' that could easily have slotted into the original tracklisting. 



RADIO ADELAIDE

People may remember 'Catalyst' for 'All Downhill From Here' but 'Radio Adelaide' deserves some serious easycore points too. 



MAKE YOUR MOVE

WE'RE NOT CRYING, YOU'RE CRYING.



BOULDERS
A slow and sultry number from the depths of 'Coming Home'. 



OXYGEN
Seriously, this whole album is overlooked so much. JUSTICE FOR 'COMING HOME'.



STAY (I MISSED YOU)
Originally appearing on the soundtrack to 'Reality Bites', NFG coated this track with just the right amount of pop-punk gloss. 



KING OF WISHFUL THINKING
How good would Pretty Woman have been if New Found had written the whole soundtrack?



TRUCK STOP BLUES
Probably the best song ever written about buying crisps from gas stations while on tour.



HEARTLESS AT BEST
On an album that often leant on the heavier side of NFG's sound, this ballad of sorts was light relief. 



MAP OF YOUR BODY
'Radiosurgery' deserves much more plaudits than it receives. Seriously. 



DO YOU REMEMBER ROCK N' ROLL RADIO?
One of the best punk bands of all time covered by one of the best pop-punk bands of all time? Just makes sense doesn't it.



LIVING HELL
'Resurrection' was bursting with big chunky tunes, just like this cheeky number. 



READY AND WILLING II
This is what it sounds like when members of Dashboard Confessional, Blink-182, Yellowcard, Less Than Jake try their hand at singing an NFG tune. Spoiler. it sounds bloody great.

 

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