New Found Glory share ‘Walk Through Fire,’ story of Chad Gilbert’s battle with cancer

Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared a new video titled ‘Walk Through Fire.’ From initial diagnosis to the beginning seeds of their upcoming acoustic album ‘Make The Most Of It’ to the present day, the new video reflects on guitarist Chad Gilbert’s journey with pheochromocytoma alongside reactions and reflections from the band as a whole.

A percentage of proceeds from ‘Make The Most Of It’ will go to The Pheo Para Alliance, the longest-standing internationally recognized leader in advocacy for, and awareness of, pheochromocytoma. The band has also released a limited-edition charity shirt to benefit The Pheo Para Alliance, available now at https://newfoundglorystuff.com.

The band shares, “We thank you for your support, as do so many others that have struggled with this illness or have lost loved ones to it. Just learning the name of this disease is a big step for the community. Thank you all!”

New Found Glory recently announced their new acoustic album, ‘Make The Most Of It,’ out January 20 via Revelation Records. The album features seven brand new tracks written in the wake of Chad Gilbert’s cancer diagnosis – including new single and music video ‘Dream Born Again,’ which is out now here – alongside seven live acoustic versions of fan favorites. ‘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.

New Found Glory are hitting the road next year with special guest Leanna Firestone. Tickets and VIP upgrades are on sale now at www.newfoundglory.com/tour.

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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