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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

177 Ratings

Best band out there right now by far

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This record is a artistic masterpiece and religious experience. I don't know where to begin. It FLOWS with both the transitions between songs and their ordering and the overall auditory smoothness of the album. The lyrics are phenomenal and reminiscent of both Forever Halloween and American Candy. This is a work of art. The Maine never let me down in the past and once again they didn't. They continuously progress as a band in a way I've honestly never seen. They are hands down the best band out there right now by far is both terms of work and treatment of fans. Love them to death.

Eager Anticipation

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Now this, this is a band worth buying into; mentally, emotionally, monetarily. Very few bands are able to have consistency with making quality songs, while still adhering to their roots. I simply cannot wait.

About The Maine

Despite sharing their name with a northeastern state, the Maine formed in 2007 in Tempe, Arizona, a collegiate suburb of Phoenix. Most of the bandmembers -- singer John O'Callaghan, guitarists Kennedy Brock and Jared Monaco, bassist Garrett Nickelsen, and drummer Pat Kirch -- were in high school at the time, and the guys quickly turned their '90s radio rock band influences into a familiar, infectious pop-punk sound. The Maine signed to Fearless Records and released a five-song concept EP, The Way We Talk, in 2007. After performing on the Vans Warped Tour one year later, the group issued a full-length debut album, Can't Stop Won't Stop, which was produced by emo-pop veteran Matt Squire (Simple Plan, Sum 41). The record peaked at number 40 on the Billboard charts and caught the ear of Warner Bros., which signed the Maine to a major-label contract in 2009. After releasing a deluxe version of Can't Stop Won't Stop later that year, the group returned to the studio, eventually emerging in 2010 with the sophomore album Black & White. That year also marked some new developments for the band: their first headlining tour, and Album of the Year accolades for Black & White from Alternative Press.

The Maine released the full-length Pioneer in December 2011, their first after parting ways with Warner. The album was reissued a year later, packaged along with the six-track EP Good Love. Their fourth effort, Forever Halloween, arrived in June 2013, debuting in the Billboard Top 40. Produced by Brendan Benson of the Raconteurs, the album was the second to be released without major-label support. Months later, the Maine released their seventh EP, the five-song acoustic Imaginary Numbers. By 2015, the band began to sound more like the 1975 than the rest of the bands on the Warped Tour, as evidenced by their fifth album, American Candy. Featuring the hit "English Girls," the album debuted in the Top Ten of the Billboard independent, alternative, and rock charts. The band further endeared themselves to their devoted fans by making every date on the album's promotional tour completely free of charge, as well as playing some intimate shows where they performed the album in its entirety. Further following their new melodic pop path, they released a two-part covers EP titled Covers: Side A included their takes on late-'90s hits by New Radicals, Len, and Backstreet Boys, while Side B featured contemporary hits by Drake, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna. In January, 2017 the band issued the single "Bad Behavior," in anticipation of the release of their sixth studio long-player, Lovely Little Lonely, which arrived later that April. ~ Steve Leggett & Neil Z. Yeung

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