New Found Glory Premiere ’90s-Influenced Music Video For “Stubborn”

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Pop-punk legends New Found Glory have been around for almost a decade and a half, putting their first record out back in 1999 (Nothing Gold Can Stay). During the era of their inception, music videos were huge on television, specifically on MTV, with programs that would air them in long blocks.

To pay homage, the band premiered a new music video today for their song “Stubborn,” which comes off their latest album Resurrection. The video depicts a full ’90s makeover with the an old television, classic camera work, and even the “NFG” acronym taking the shape of the old MTV logo. The footage was taken from different performances from their latest headlining slot on the Glamour Kills tour. Check out the music video for “Stubborn” below.

If you want to sing along with the band as depicted above, be sure to not forget about their recently announced ‘Sleep When I Die‘ tour which begins in March.

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