New Found Glory Hope To Find New Songs On Civic Tour

But first the band wants to release one more video from its last album.

New Found Glory's upcoming Civic Tour with friends Good Charlotte won't be all fun and games.

"We're gonna try to have a practice room backstage every day," drummer Cyrus Bolooki said at Tuesday's press conference to announce the outing (see "New Found Glory, Good Charlotte To Roll Out On Civic Tour"). "That will give us a chance to jam out new ideas."

The Coral Springs, Florida, punk rockers have been writing for their next album, although they still want to release one more video from their 2002 breakthrough album, Sticks and Stones.

"We talked about doing a live thing, something that captures the last year and a half," guitarist Chad Gilbert said.

The problem is New Found Glory can't decide on the next single. One thing they do know is it will have a flavor different than "My Friends Over You" and "Head on Collision."

"Every song on our record is really different," Gilbert said. "When you release a single like 'My Friends Over You,' people just think you have one kind of song. And it's not like that. So we're picking songs that show different sides of our band."

The Civic Tour, with Less Than Jake and MxPx splitting opening duties, will kick off April 8 in Grand Forks, North Dakota.