Formed in 1997 and releasing their first home recorded EP in the same year, New Found Glory is a major name in the PopPunk genre. They are noted for their extremely fast and energetic tempo. However, with their more recent albums, they have developed a much more rounded rock sound. The fivesome consists of Jordan Pundik (Lead Vocalist), Chad Gilbert (Lead Guitarist), Steve Klein (Rhythm Guitarist/Lyricist), Ian Grushka (Bassist), and Cyrus Bolooki (Drummer.)

They have been widely regarded as the architects of their genre, along with Music/{{Blink 182}}, and over the span of seven recorded albums, have developed a strong and dedicated fanbase.

!!! Discography
* ''It's All About the Girls'' (1997/Independent)
* ''Nothing Gold Can Stay'' (1999)
* ''New Found Glory'' (2000)
* ''Sticks and Stones'' (2002)
* ''Catalyst'' (2004)
* ''Coming Home'' (2006)
* ''Not Without a Fight'' (2009)
* ''Radiosurgery'' (2011)
* ''Resurrection'' (2014)

!!! Cover Albums
* ''From the Screen to Your Stereo'' (2000)
* ''From the Screen to Your Stereo Part II'' (2007)
* ''Mania'' [=EP=] (2013)
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!! Tropes That Apply to ''New Found Glory''
* AffectionateParody: The first version of the "Hit or Miss" music video is a parody of the show ''COPS'', with Corey Feldman as the cop who arrests various felons, played by the band.
* AlbumTitleDrop:
** ''Catalyst'' is mentioned in the chorus of "All Downhill From Here."
** ''Not Without A Fight'' is name-checked in the opening line of "Right Where We Left Off."
* AntiChristmasSong: ''Ex-Miss'' and ''Nothing for Christmas''
* AntiLoveSong: Half of their songs are this.
* TheCameo: Chad and Jordan have provided guest vocals for several bands, including Music/FallOutBoy, Music/SayAnything, Music/MxPx, and Set Your Goals.
** Bethany Cosentino of Music/BestCoast appears on "Caught In The Act".
** Hayley Williams of Music/{{Paramore}} appears on "Tangled Up", and Paramore have a cameo in the video for "Kiss Me."
** ''From The Screen to Your Stereo Part II'' featured [[Music/SayAnything Max Bemis]], [[Music/FallOutBoy Patrick Stump]], Lisa Loeb, [[Music/TakingBackSunday Adam Lazzara]], Will Pugh (Cartel), [[Music/DashboardConfessional Chris Carrabba]], and Sherri Dupree (Eisley).
* TheCoverChangesTheGender: Their cover of "Kiss Me", which takes on the perspective of the guy.
* CoverAlbum: ''From The Screen to Your Stereo'' (hit songs from movies) and ''Mania'' (Music/TheRamones songs).
* CoverVersion: Arrested Development's "Tennessee", Gorilla Biscuits's "No Reason Why", Music/CyndiLauper's "Time After Time", and Warrant's "Heaven"
* EmptyChairMemorial: Referenced in "Sonny":
--> An empty chair at all the tables,\\
but I'll be seeing you when all my days boil down
* GriefSong: "Sonny" and "When I Die."
* HarshVocals: Whenever Chad gets a chance to sing a line or two, such as on "Singled Out".
* LetsDuet: The cover of "Stay (I Missed You) is a duet between Pundik and Lisa Loeb, who sang the original song.
* LighterAndSofter: The overall tone of ''Coming Home'' is more upbeat and mellow.
** "Ending In Tragedy" and "I Don't Wanna Know" are much more mellow than the rest of ''Catalyst'', which is largely rather fast paced and aggressive. The bonus track "Whiskey Rose" from the Japanese release of the album is a rather cute acoustic number.
* LongRunnerLineup: Type 1. It was the same five guys from 1997 to 2013, when they suddenly announced that they parted ways with Steve for personal reasons. See Unperson below.
* LyricalDissonance: "Sonny" is very upbeat for a song about death.
* MeaningfulName: ''Resurrection'' is their first album without guitarist Steve Klein. It was positively received and showed that the band was capable of continuing despite the loss of their core lyricist.
* NewSoundAlbum: ''Coming Home'' is much LighterAndSofter in comparison to ''Catalyst'' with more use of acoustic melodies, piano, and female backing vocals. Subsequent releases would go back to their hardcore and pop-punk roots.
* PerishingAltRockVoice: In the early days of the band, Jordan's voice tended to fall on the wailing end of the scale. His singing voice has gotten deeper since ''Coming Home''.
* PowerBallad: Their singles "I Don't Wanna Know" and "It's Not Your Fault".
* RecordProducer: Steve and Chad are of the DIY [=/=] Artist as Producer flavors, having done production work on the band's songs and albums, and served as record producers for other bands in the genre.
* RefrainFromAssuming: Averted with "All Downhill From Here." Its original title was going to be "Catalyst" after the chorus and the album.
* ShoutOut: The "Head On Collision" video has the band's nickelodeon show as being presented by Creator/{{Troma}} Studios.
* SillyLoveSongs: The other half of their songs, and it's most prevalent on ''Coming Home''.
* SurrealMusicVideo:
** "All Downhill From Here" features the band in a universe full of strange creatures, playing on a stage that rises higher and higher before spectacularly plummeting downwards.
** "Failure's Not Flattering" in which the band are shrunken to midget form and get up to all sorts of capers, including Jordan switching heads with a fly.
** "Head On Collision" had the band as a nickelodeon attraction with various things happening to the band as they play, such as Jordan's head swelling, Chad getting his head flattened, and Cyrus losing body parts.
* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth
* TitleTrack: ''Coming Home'' and ''Radiosurgery''.
* {{Unperson}}: After guitarist Steven Klein was arrested and indicted for soliciting underage sex over the internet, the band quickly parted ways with him and have declined ever talking about him, especially for legal reasons.
* VocalTagTeam: On some of their hardcore-influenced songs, Jordan does the singing while Chad does the screaming.
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