The more things change, the more they stay the same—in a good way.
New Found Glory have had a year full of major transitions in that they've gone from playing as a five-piece to a quartet and wrote a record for the first time as a new/old band over the course of that major shift. They've toured behind Resurrection like crazy and tested out the new material on crowds the world over. The stage is where NFG feels most at home, and that's what's so great about their latest video for "Stubborn."
Ever in their element, "Stubborn" follows NFG on the road and shares snapshots from their tour, with plenty of live moments working their way into the cut. It's all there, from the sweat to the stage dives to the occasional stumbles and goofy faces.
The style of the clip is an intentional throwback to the days when rock acts would bring a camera crew on the road, and the guys are thrilled with the results.
New Found Glory will be touring Japan and Australia before making it back to the States in the spring of 2015. Watch "Stubborn" above, and check out their hilarious, 5 Seconds of Summer-spoofing "Ready and Willing" video as well.