New Found Glory premiers video for ‘Connect The Dots’

By on October 2, 2013

Watch New Found Glory’s video for their brand new track, “Connect the Dots”, as well as a brand new interview here:, and check out the video playing every hour on the hour today on mtvU.  mtvU is available on 750 college campuses, reaching nearly 9 million U.S. college students, seen in the dining areas, fitness centers, student lounges and dorm rooms of campuses throughout the U.S., as well as on cable systems from Charter Communications, Verizon FiOS TV, Suddenlink Communications, AT&T u-Verse and nearly 70 others.

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The “Connect the Dots” video was directed by John Francis Conway III and is a studio track that appears on New Found Glory’s forthcoming live album, aptly titled Kill It Live.  Featuring 17 live tracks plus 3 new songs, Kill It Live will be available on October 8th, 2013.  Also check New Found Glory out on the road October 23rd through November 25th co-headlining with Alkaline Trio.

Established in 1997, New Found Glory has been a force in the punk rock scene since their inception.  From their debut Nothing Gold Can Stay in 1999 all the way to 2011’s Radiosurgery (with eight releases in between, 3 gold albums and 4 consecutive Billboard Top 20 albums), New Found Glory have transcended trends and gimmicks by writing songs from the heart that listeners of all ages can relate to.  Coming off a sold out tour for their near platinum selling Sticks and Stones album, NFG went back to their roots and recorded their first ever live album over 2 nights at Southern California’s Chain Reaction, known as the upcoming LP Kill It Live.  All of the live tracks capture the energy and excitement of the live NFG experience and the new tracks give the listener a taste of what’s to come from the band very soon.  Kill It Live also marks New Found Glory’s second collaboration with NFG Guitarist Chad Gilbert’s Violently Happy Records and a continuation of their partnership with Bridge Nine.

NEW FOUND GLORY Tour Dates with Alkaline Trio, H2O

Wed 10/23 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre
Thu 10/24 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
Fri 10/25 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
Sat 10/26 Los Angeles, CA Club Nokia
Sun 10/27 San Diego, CA SOMA
Mon 10/28 Tempe, AZ The Marquee
Wed 10/30 Dallas, TX House of Blues
Thu 10/31 Houston, TX House of Blues
Fri 11/1 San Antonio, TX Sunset Station
Sat 11/2 New Orleans, LA Voodoo Experience
Mon 11/4 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Tue 11/5 Atlanta, GA The Buckhead Theatre
Wed 11/6 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore
Thu 11/7 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
Fri 11/8 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
Sat 11/9 Huntington, NY The Paramount Theater
Sun 11/10 New York, NY Terminal 5
Tue 11/12 Boston, MA House of Blues
Wed 11/13 Philadelphia, PA The Electric Factory
Thu 11/14 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
Fri 11/15 Detroit, MI The Fillmore
Sat 11/16 Cincinnati, OH Bograt’s
Sun 11/17 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
Tue 11/19 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
Wed 11/20 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theatre
Thu 11/21 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
Fri 11/22 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
Sat 11/23 Austin, TX Emo’s
Mon 11/25 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.