New Found Glory Hits Bump In The Road

While in the Indianapolis area, the tour bus NEW FOUND GLORY was traveling on was stopped by police for having high beams engaged while driving. The police searched the bus and one of the crewmembers was detained and charged with a misdemeanor. No member of NEW FOUND GLORY was arrested. The band is currently at the Riverbend Music Centre in Cincinnati and will perform at today's scheduled Warped Tour date and will remain on the tour as planned.
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NEW FOUND GLORY is on tour pre-promoting their upcoming release From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 2 out on Drive-Thru Records September 18th. The album consists of the band's own take on soundtrack songs from popular movies from the 80's, 90's and 2000's. The disc features vocals from special guest musicians including Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy, Lisa Loeb, Adam Lazarra from Taking Back Sunday, Max Bemis of Say Anything, Will Pugh from Cartel and Sherri DuPree from Eisley.

NEW FOUND GLORY have released seven albums during their ten-year history including the gold selling albums, Sticks And Stones, New Found Glory (ST), and Catalyst.

Created and led by brother and sister team Richard Reines and Stefanie Reines, Drive-Thru Records has been at the forefront of discovering unique musical talent since 1996. Originally signing artists such as Dashboard Confessional, New Found Glory, Something Corporate, Senses Fail, Finch and The Starting Line, their current roster includes, The Early November, Hellogoodbye, Steel Train, I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business, Allister, Hidden In Plain View, Halifax, I Am The Avalanche, An Angle, Socratic, Dave Melillo and House Of Fools. Since its inception, Drive-Thru Records has soundscanned over 7 million records. In December of 2004, the Reineses launched a sister label to Drive-Thru called Rushmore Records. The Rushmore Records' roster includes Houston Calls and Self Against City.