Formerly known as “A New Found Glory”, New Found Glory formed in mid-1997 in Coral Springs, Florida, with Jordan Pundik, Chad Gilbert, Steve Klein, Ian Grushka, and Joe Moreno. Signed with Fiddler Records, the band recorded their first EP that same year in June (entitled, It’s All About the Girls
). With the enthusiasm and strength they had from their live shows, the band soon began to grow a following.
Their first album was released with Eulogy Recordings. The same album was later re-released after a representative from Drive-Thru Records heard it through another band. The band was later signed to the Music Corporation of America, due to its distribution deal with Drive-Thru.
Their self-titled album was released in 2000 under MCA, and was New Found Glory’s first album on the Billboard 200 charts. After getting a slot on the Warped Tour, and on tour with blink 182 in 2001, the band’s popularity continued to build. Sticks and Stones
was released in 2002, and debuted at number 4 on the Billboard charts.
May 2004 marked the release of Catalyst
, which sold over 146,000 albums in its first week and debuted at number 4 on the Billboard charts. The album was met with success in numerous countries. Their fifth studio album, Coming Home
, was released on September 19, 2006.
- Jordan Pundik - Vocals
- Chad Gilbert - Lead guitar
- Steve Klein - Rhythm guitar
- Ian Grushka - Bass
- Cyrus Bolooki - Drums
Joe Moreno - Drums 
- Nothing Gold Can Stay 
- New Found Glory 
- Sticks and Stones 
- Catalyst 
- Coming Home [September 19, 2006]
- It’s All About The Girls 
- From the Screen to Your Stereo 
- The Story So Far 
- This Disaster (Live in London)