[Cover photo credit to Stevie Lowenstein]
Pop Punk outfit New Found Glory have shared new single and music video “Get Me Home” off of their upcoming acoustic album Make The Most Of It, which arrives January 20th, 2023 via Revelation Records. The track reflects on the fact that “despite what plans you have for the future there are problems that might arise to change the course of those plans”.
Guitarist Chad Gilbert has had that experience in a number of ways:
Major surgery, battling cancer and pleading with the doctors and surgeons to do all in their power to get you home and back to the future you’ve always hoped for.‘Get Me Home’ is] heavy stuff but wrapped into one big sing along.
The upcoming album features seven new tracks written in the wake of Gilbert’s cancer diagnosis, including “Get Me Home” and lead single “Dream Born Again,” alongside seven live acoustic versions of fan favorites. Make The Most Of It is described as “a rumination on what it means to grieve, to live, to approach every day with appreciation and a sense of fulfillment”.
I didn’t want this to be the ‘cancer record’ originally. But when we went on tour and people started hearing the story and connecting to it, I gave up on trying to control the narrative. Not all bands are dealt these cards, but we were. Let’s take these songs and help the disease get awareness and raise money for a cause that’s working on education and research for my rare cancer.
A percentage of proceeds from Make The Most Of It will go to The Pheo Para Alliance, the longest standing internationally recognized leader in advocacy for, and awareness of this rare cancer type, pheochromocytoma. New Found Glory have also released a limited-edition charity shirt to benefit The Pheo Para Alliance, available now.
New Found Glory have released gold and platinum records, including 2000’s New Found Glory, 2002’s Sticks & Stones, and 2004’s Catalyst, made countless MTV appearances, and toured the world over.
Make The Most Of It Tour Dates
January 28 – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
January 29 – Omaha, NE – Slowdown
January 31 – San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theatre
February 2 – Phoenix, AZ – Celebrity Theatre
February 3 – Garden Grove, CA – Garden Amp
February 4 – Garden Grove, CA – Garden Amp
February 5 – San Francisco, CA – August Hall
February 7 – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre
February 8 – Portland, OR – Aladdin Theater
February 10 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
February 11 – Denver, CO – The Oriental Theater
March 10 – Franklin, TN – The Franklin Theatre
March 11 – Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
March 12 – Pontiac, MI – Flagstar Strand Theatre
March 14 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre
March 15 – Washington, DC – Sixth and I
March 16 – Somerville, MA – Somerville Theatre
March 17 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Center For The Arts
March 18 – New York, NY – The Town Hall
March 20 – Graham, NC – Haw River Ballroom
March 21 – Atlanta, GA – Center Stage
March 22 – Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live
March 23 – Miami Beach, FL – Miami Beach Bandshell