New Found Glory share live performance of ‘The Story So Far’

Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared a live performance of their song ‘The Story So Far’ from the NFG Unplugged Total Request Livestream in 2021. Originally released in 2002, the song has stood the test of time and remains one of the band’s most popular tracks over 20 years later. The live recording, along with six other performances from the livestream, can be found on New Found Glory’s upcoming acoustic album ‘Make The Most Of It.’

New Found Glory will be releasing their new acoustic album, ‘Make The Most Of It,’ tomorrow, January 20 via Revelation Records. The album features seven brand new tracks written in the wake of Chad Gilbert’s cancer diagnosis – previous singles ‘Dream Born Again’ and ‘Get Me Home’ – alongside seven live acoustic versions of fan favorites like ‘The Story So Far.’ ‘Make The Most Of It’ is a rumination on what it means to grieve, to live, to approach every day with appreciation and a sense of fulfillment.

The band has announced the Make The Most Of It Acoustic Tour. The tour kicks off in January in St. Louis, Missouri, and makes stops across the country at unique, primarily seated venues before concluding in March in Miami Beach, Florida, with special guest Leanna Firestone making appearances on all dates as well. 

Make The Most Of It Tour Dates:

January 28 – St. Louis, Missouri – Delmar Hall
January 29 – Omaha, Nebraska – Slowdown
January 31 – San Antonio, Texas – Aztec Theatre
February 2 – Phoenix, Arizona – Celebrity Theatre
February 4 – Garden Grove, California – Garden Amp
February 5 – San Francisco, California – August Hall
February 7 – Seattle, Washington – Neptune Theatre
February 8 – Portland, Oregon – Aladdin Theater
February 10 – Salt Lake City, Utah – The Depot
February 11 – Denver, Colorado – The Oriental Theater
March 10 – Franklin, Tennesee – The Franklin Theatre
March 11 – Chicago, Illinois – Thalia Hall
March 12 – Pontiac, Michigan – Flagstar Strand Theatre
March 14 – Glenside, Pennsylvania – Keswick Theatre
March 15 – Washington, DC – Sixth and I
March 16 – Somerville, Massachusets – Somerville Theatre
March 17 – Red Bank, New Jersey – Count Basie Center For The Arts
March 18 – New York, New York – The Town Hall
March 20 – Graham, North Carolina – Haw River Ballroom
March 21 – Atlanta, Georgia – Center Stage
March 22 – Orlando, Florida – The Plaza Live
March 23 – Miami Beach, Florida – Miami Beach Bandshell

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