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New Found Glory Returns to Drive-Thru Records

LOS ANGELES, CA – Platinum selling artist NEW FOUND GLORY has amicably parted ways with Geffen Records after 7 years with the label. NEW FOUND GLORY released five albums with Geffen Records including the gold selling albums, Sticks And Stones, New Found Glory (ST), and Catalyst.  Geffen “up-streamed” NEW FOUND GLORY from Drive-Thru Records in 2000.  Speaking on behalf of the band, guitarist Chad Gilbert expressed the group’s gratitude and enormous appreciation for the fantastic years the band spent with Geffen.  He also said, “that the band is really excited about the future.” In addition to splitting from Geffen, NEW FOUND GLORY has also parted ways with Rick DeVoe Management.  Gilbert states that “the band and management have split on good terms.  We’re very grateful for everything Rick and his staff have done for us.” NEW FOUND GLORY has returned to Drive-Thru Records for their next release, From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 2.  Out this fall, From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 2 is a collection of theme songs from classic movies covered by the band and features cameos by artists who are friends of NEW FOUND GLORY.  The full-length release is a follow-up to the 2000 EP From The Screen To Your Stereo, which has sold more than 273K copies to date.  In regards to From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 2 Richard Reines, co-owner of Drive-Thru Records says, “Even when New Found Glory were picked up by Geffen we always remained great friends with them, and to be working with them again is something we always hoped would happen.” NEW FOUND GLORY will release a new album in 2008 on a label that has yet to be determined. NEW FOUND GLORY is Jordan Pundik (vocals), Chad Gilbert (guitar), Ian Grushka (bass), Steve Klein (guitar), and Cyrus Bolooki (drums).

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