New Found Glory Announce Reading And Leeds Festival Warm Up Show | Music News
This year at Reading and Leeds festival, New Found Glory will be headlining the Lock Up stage. In preparation, the pop-punk foursome have announced that they will headline their own show in London a few days beforehand. The gig will be at Islington’s O2 Academy on the 24th of August, and tickets go on sale on the 7th at 9am.
New Found Glory sound like an absolute riot live; a reviewer who attended their ‘Sleep When I Die’ tour relates that the “energy was intrinsic“, whilst another says that “Lead singer Jordan performed with a broken foot and still rocked“. The band behind hits like “My Friends Over You” and “All Downhill From Here” received four out of five stars from Kerrang! and AllMusic for their latest album, Resurrection. So, if you’re into alternative rock or pop-punk, you won’t want to miss seeing these guys.
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