New Found Glory Premiere "Radiosurgery" Video

In anticipation of the October 4th release of their new album, Radiosurgery, beloved pop punkers New Found Glory are unleashing a new video for the record's title track. The video clip for "Radiosurgery" is a hilarious, high-energy homage to the classic Ramones' video for "I Wanna Be Sedated." The video features New Found Glory performing their song in an unremarkable hallway as an increasingly Felliniesque parade of riff raff, including celebrities, politicians and strippers, commit acts of joyful debauchery around the seemingly unaffected band.

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Radiosurgery is a fresh take on the melodic and highly energetic musical trajectory that New Found Glory embraces, while also paying tribute to the bands that inspired them to first pick up their instruments as teenagers. The band was aided by producer Neal Avron, who worked on New Found Glory's 2002 album Sticks and Stones and 2004 album Catalyst (both certified Gold Albums), as well with artists such as Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park. The new record's sound possesses the signature New Found Glory mix of guitar fueled pop hooks and rousing vocal choruses that are sure to appeal to both diehard fans and new converts alike.

In support of Radiosurgery, the band will headline the Pop Punks Not Dead Tour across North America along with Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, Man Overboard and This Time Next Year, presented by Rockstar Energy Drink. Fans can purchase tickets by going to: and are invited to pre-order Radiosurgery by going to the Epitaph Store.

New Found Glory "Pop Punk's Not Dead" Tour Dates:

Oct. 6 Santa Cruz, CA, The Catalyst
Oct. 7 West Hollywood, CA, House of Blues
Oct. 8 Tempe, AZ, The Marquee
Oct. 10 Dallas, TX, Trees
Oct. 11 Austin, TX, Emo's
Oct. 12 Houston, TX, Fitzgerald's
Oct. 14 Atlanta, GA, The Masquerade
Oct. 15 Orlando, FL, House of Blues
Oct. 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Revolution
Oct. 17 St. Petersburg, FL, Jannus Live
Oct. 19 Charleston, SC, The Music Farm
Oct. 20 Charlotte, NC, Amos' Southend Music Hall
Oct. 21 Richmond, VA, The National
Oct. 22 Philadelphia, PA, Electric Factory
Oct. 23 Baltimore, MD, Rams Head Live
Oct. 25 Buffalo, NY, Town Ballroom
Oct. 26 Syracuse, NY, Lost Horizon
Oct. 27 Boston, MA, House of Blues
Oct. 28 New York, Best Buy Theatre Times Square
Oct. 29 Sayreville, NJ, Starland Ballroom
Oct. 31 Pittsburgh, PA, Club Zoo
Nov. 1 Cleveland, OH, House of Blues Cleveland
Nov. 3 Royal Oak, MI, Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov. 4 Chicago, IL, House of Blues
Nov. 5 St. Paul, MN, Station 4
Nov. 6 Iowa City, IA, The Blue Moose Tap House
Nov. 8 St. Louis, MO, The Pageant
Nov. 9 Kansas City, MO, Midland Theatre
Nov. 10 Denver, CO, Odgen Theatre
Nov. 11 Salt Lake City, UT, The Grand @ The Complex
Nov. 13 Seattle, WA, The Showbox @ The Market
Nov. 14 Portland, OR, Wonder Ballroom
Nov. 16 San Francisco, CA, The Regency Ballroom
Nov. 17 Anaheim, CA, House of Blues
Nov. 18 Anaheim, CA, House of Blues
Nov. 19 Las Vegas, NV, Hard Rock Café
Nov. 20 San Diego, CA, House of Blues San Diego