New Found Glory have released the first behind-the-scenes look at the making of their eighth studio album, Resurrection. It's released on October 7, 2014 via Hopeless Records; Pre-orders are on sale now.

This news follows their Glamour Kills Tour announcement with We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks and rotating support from Candy Hearts, Red City Radio and Better Off. Tickets are on sale now, head to the bottom for a full list of dates.

“This is the most prepared we've ever been,” lead guitarist and vocalist Chad Gilbert notes. “Writing as a band now has never felt so easy. We really came together with ideas. We've gone through a lot and figured a lot of things out. This album has been very cathartic for us.”

Frontman Jordan Pundik says, “We've always been a band that has written about life experiences from a deeply personal place. Some of it fictitious and some of it not fictional, but it's all been stuff we've dealt with in our lives.”

“The goal for the new record was to make it sound really authentic and natural and not filled in,” Gilbert adds. “It was trying to make the biggest sounding record stripped down as four people.”

Here's their music video for “Selfless,” the album's lead single:

The Glamour Kills Tour:

Oct 3              House of Blues                              San Diego, CA

Oct 4              House of Blues                              Los Angeles, CA

Oct 5              Marquee Theatre                          Tempe, AZ

Oct 7              Emo's                                            Austin, TX

Oct 9              Orpheum                                       Tampa, FL

Oct 10            House of Blues                             Orlando, FL

Oct 11            Revolution                                     Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Oct 12            Masquerade                                  Atlanta, GA

Oct 14            Rams Head Live                           Baltimore, MD

Oct 15            Theatre of Living Arts                   Philadelphia, PA

Oct 16            House of Blues                             Boston, MA

Oct 17            Toad's Place                                 New Haven, CT

Oct 18            Starland Ballroom                        Sayreville, NJ

Oct 19            Best Buy Theater                         New York, NY

Oct 21            Town Ballroom                             Buffalo, NY 

Oct 22            Altar Bar                                       Pittsburgh, PA

Oct 23            House of Blues                            Cleveland, OH

Oct 24            Majestic Theatre                          Detroit, MI

Oct 26            The Ready Room                        St Louis, MO

Oct 28            Bourbon Theater                          Lincoln, NE

Oct 30            Sunshine Theater                        Albuquerque, NM

Oct 31            Hard Rock Live                            Las Vegas, NV

Nov 1             House of Blues                            Anaheim, CA

Nov 2             Ace of Spades                             Sacramento, CA

Nov 4             Showbox                                      Seattle, WA

Nov 5             Hawthrone Theater                      Portland, OR

Nov 7             Regency Ballroom                       San Francisco, CA 

Nov 8             The Catalyst                                Santa Cruz, CA

Lastly, NFG will be performing at all three dates of Riot Fest.