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New Album Announcement and Single Release from The Maine

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Arizona-based indie-pop/alternative band, The Maine, had big news for fans today. After allowing us to watch them create their sixth full-length album through their YouTube series, Miserable Youth, and a week of cryptic teaser videos, they’ve announced that the album, Lovely Little Lonely, will be dropping on April 7th. The album drop date was accompanied by the single release of “Bad Behavior”.

“Bad Behavior” is a showcase of one of the band’s biggest strengths: honest to God fun songs (with a saucy tale about a girl you can’t seem to stay away from). It’s a perfect intro song for old fans and new. For old fans, it’s certainly something familiar and comfortable, though I’ve got a feeling this album is going to be a bit different than the others. For new fans, it’s a song you can’t help but shimmy to a little and the lyrics are catchy and clever, aptly called “poetic pop”. It’s a single that surely passed the bands “jump test” (Re: Miserable Youth episode #002).

Other than the obvious positive notes, the song sounds incredibly solid and cohesive, something that’s been growing with the band. Each instrument fits right where it needs to and if there’s a note out of place, it was meant to be. Everything from the guitar to the vocals fits together perfectly but not neatly. The dips, pauses, and upticks on “Bad Behavior” are executed seamlessly and the overlap of vocals on the bridge are beautifully jumbled yet not out of place.

Not only do we have a new single and a new album coming in April but the boys are back with a worldwide tour this spring as well! Keep an eye out for ticket announcements for a show date near you. For the North American dates, The Mowgli’s and Beach Weather will be featured as supporting acts.


United Kingdom

3/25 Electric Ballroom London, England


North America

3/30 Summit Music Hall Denver, CO

4/1 Club Sound Salt Lake City, UT

4/2 Knitting Factory Concert House Boise, ID

4/4 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR

4/5 El Corazon Seattle, WA

4/7 Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA

4/8 House of Blues San Diego, CA

4/9 House of Blues Anaheim, CA

4/11 191 Toole Tucson, AZ

4/13 Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill Dallas, TX

4/14 Emo’s Austin, TX

4/15 Warehouse Live Houston, TX

4/18 State Theatre St Petersburg, FL

4/19 House of Blues Lake Buena Vista, FL

4/21 Masquerade Atlanta, GA

4/22 WorkPlay Theatre Birmingham, AL

4/24 Stage AE Pittsburgh, PA

4/25 Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, ON

4/27 Webster Hall New York, NY

4/28 Royale Boston Boston, MA

4/29 Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun Resort Uncasville, CT

4/30 The Stone Pony Asbury Park, NJ

5/2 The TLA Philadelphia, PA

5/3 9:30 Club Washington, DC

5/5 Crofoot Ballroom Pontiac, MI

5/6 House of Blues Chicago, IL

5/7 The Rave Milwaukee, WI

5/8 Skyway Theatre Minneapolis, MN


Singapore

6/23 – TBD


Philippines

6/24 – SM Skydome Quezon City, Manila


Hawaii

6/28 – The Republik Honolulu, HI


South America

7/15 – Tropical Butanta Sao Paulo

7/16 – Bar da Montanha Limeira

7/18 – Teatro CIEE Porto Alegre

7/19 – TBD Curitiba

7/21 – Arena Futebol Clube Brasilia

7/22 – Teatro Bradesco Belo Horizonte

7/23 – Circo Voador Rio de Janeiro

To keep up with The Maine and news on their upcoming tour, visit www.wearethemaine.net or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram

Written by Danielle Mathias

23 year old with a serious entertainment addiction.

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