The Maine have shared their new song “Broken Parts.”
Jared Monaco of The Maine shared an excerpt from the band’s upcoming book on Medium:
I’m not sure I’ll ever forget the day I walked into our studio knowing I was about to quit The Maine. Thinking back on it now, it was like a tense scene in a movie: We were early on in the writing for You Are OK. I was sitting in a chair in the control room, guitar in hand. John’s demos were playing through the speakers, and I was trying to think of what I could do to add to the song — but the only thing going through my head was static.
The Maine have shared part one of a “know The Maine” series on Twitter.
The Maine have shared their live performance of “Numb Without You” at 8123 Fest.
The Maine’s John O’Callaghan has shared on Instagram the meaning behind the band’s You Are Ok album title.
The Maine have released their new song “My Best Habit.”
If you call The Maine’s hotline, 812-297-5245, there’s a clip of what sounds like the new single being released this Friday.
The Maine have shared an acoustic version of “Numb Without You.”
The Maine will be doing a first look, in-depth album preview, of their new album on YouTube today at 2:00pm PST.
The Maine have announced some new tour dates.
The Maine performed their new song, “Numb Without You,” live at their 8123 Fest over the weekend. Also, a new song from the album was played at Emo Night.
The Maine have announced their new album, You are Ok, will be out on March 29th. Today they’ve released the new song “Numb Without You” and pre-orders are now up.
The Maine will release their new single tonight. It looks like the album will be called You Are Ok.
It looks like we’ll be getting a new song from The Maine, titled “Numb Without You,” on Wednesday.
The Maine and All Time Low interviewed each other in a new video.
The Maine have finished their new album.
And this is easily one of my most anticipated for next year.
The Maine have shared their cover of “Transatlanticism” by Death Cab For Cutie.
The Maine have shared a cover of “Wildflowers” by Tom Petty.