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.
The Maine have released a video for “Lonely.”
It looks like The Maine will begin working on album seven in October with Matt Squire.
John O’Callaghan of The Maine sat down with Alt. Press to talk about lyrics he regrets, sad songs, and the upcoming 8123 Fest.
The Maine will play Can’t Stop Won’t Stop in full at the next 8123 Fest.
The Maine have released their acoustic album on digital platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.
The Maine will release their new acoustic album, Less Noise: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs By A Band Called The Maine, on June 22nd. Today they released the new version of “Am I Pretty?” and pre-orders are now up.
The Maine’s Twitter account has been banned after the band set the birthday to the date of the band’s formation, which makes it not 13 years old and therefore against the site’s policy.
The Maine recently sat down with Substream Magazine to talk about their plans for the next year:
As for what the future does hold for The Maine, they have already started working on their next album. Though, as Brock explains, this is something that they have been doing since Lovely Little Lonely first came out. “The second the last [record] comes out, we start working on the next one,” he begins, “the goal is just to keep on pushing. We’re constantly working on music. We have a studio back at home that we’ve rented out for a whole year, and we’ve already been in there for a couple months. It’s not necessarily about just recording stuff in there at the moment, but it’s about exploring, writing, and just feeling open and free again to make music.
John O’Callaghan of The Maine is releasing a book full of his tweets:
For the last 8 or so years I have committed (more or less) to “tweeting” once a day, however long and mysterious or short and sarcastic it may be. I don’t claim to possess the secret of life or the trick to being happy or the migratory patterns of the robin, I just have a brain and some thoughts, two thumbs and a twitter so I decided to just kinda stuck with it. In this book, I’ve compiled 365 of my favorite tweets to date (that’s a full year for those of you who believe in that sort of thing) for you to chew on.