top of page
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Pinterest Social Icon
  • Snapchat Social Icon
  • YouTube Social  Icon

NEW FOUND GLORY - 'Forever + Ever x Infinity' ALBUM REVIEW


Chad Gilbert

Jordan Pundik

Cyrus Bolooki

Ian Grushka


This past week, New Found Glory released their monumental tenth full-length studio album "Forever + Ever x Infinity"

"This is the record our fans have been waiting for us to make," guitarist Chad Gilbert shares, "The old now feels new and fresh. It was a blast finding ourselves again."

Growing up in the early 2000's since this band's inception, I've always had sort of a predisposition on what New Found Glory was. Poppy, catchy, and timeless. With each of the band's so-far 10 full length album career, NFG still blows me away with their ability to reinvent the wheel in a genre that I hold so dear.

Forever + Ever x Infinity takes the best qualities of New Found Glory over their history of a band and packs them together in this 15-track album. With the first opening songs, Shook By Your Shaved Head and 'G.O.A.T' you get a bit of aggressive nostalgia reminiscent of songs off of their 2004 album Catalyst with the in-your-face aggressive attitude of the songs, fast-paced hardcore beats and nearly chanting vocals.

Songs like Stay Awhile and Double Chin for the Win, Nothing to Say and Birthday Song But Not Really are a test the band's goofy nature being reminiscent of the early Sticks and Stones days with upbeat, poppy/punchy beats, straight forward chord structure and sing-a-long-able lyrics.

Songs like Himalaya, Trophy, Slipping Away and More and More have the same sonic esthetic energy as their 2015 Resurrection album that showed a much more raw, stripped down version of the band with this mature heaviness that I believe only New Found Glory could pull off.

Forever + Ever x Infinity is a solid album for any NFG fan old or new and someone just getting into the band can identify with any one of these songs and relate it back to a previous album. It's definitely up in the top 5 of my favorite New Found Glory albums to come out and keeps growing on me with each play through.

But hey, don't take my word for it. Listen to it yourself!


You can check out more more info on NEW FOUND GLORY in the links below:

hopeless records


CHECK OUT NEW FOUND GLORY the rest of the band's I've featured here:

tppd spotify

The Pop-Punk Dad features bands from all around the globe. Email me awesome bands at:


bottom of page