On a perfectly fitting beautiful Los Angeles afternoon, New Found Glory set up an intimate live set at Hollywood's Space 15 Twenty to celebrate the release of their 9th studio album 'Makes Me Sick'.
200 lucky diehards were given the opportunity to pick up a limited color pressing of the new record exclusive to Urban Outfitters stores.
The cozy, barricade-less atmosphere of the show made for a memorable experience for people that have been following New Found Glory over their 25-year career.
As a band who’s inception began on small stages set within sweaty clubs without physical barriers but transcended into stadiums to perform in front of thousands, this very personal show was a natural experience which encouraged the crowd to rush the microphone to lend their assistance.
FUN FACT: Guitarist Chad Gilbert set out to trek across the U.S. on his first NFG tour while he was still just a sophomore in high school.
Anyone brave enough to step to front-man Jordan Pudnik’s mic was given the chance to showcase their best impersonation of his vocal stylings.
Individuals from all walks of life, gender & age battled with the sun to enjoy songs from all eras of NFG’s discography.
The crowd interaction & participation of a live New Found Glory show is truly an impressive affair to behold. It’s very apparent that a strong connection exists between the people attending and the guys up on stage.
These satisfied fans made the 4+ hour trip from Las Vegas to take part in the event.