Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu
Don't Come Down
Into Your Arms
Formed in Arizona back in 2007, The Maine released their sixth studio album in the spring of 2017 - during their tenth year together as a band.
Over the years, the band has been labelled as pop, alternative, rock, emo and every style in between. Now, The Maine continue to defy genre stereotypes with their most recent album and independent release, Lovely Little Lonely. First single and alt-radio track, “Bad Behavior” dances its way into your head and in true pop fashion, refuses to leave - making an impact with its catchy hooks. The single also served visually as the band’s first music video for the album. The song tethers true to the heart of The Maine’s charm - frontman John O’Callaghan’s writing style - packaging it together as poetic pop. The album pushes into rock boundaries with tracks like “Do You Remember” while the haunting “Black Butterflies & Deja Vu” uses much softer vocals. Cohesively, the album flows together as the perfect natural evolution from their last full length, American Candy. The band allowed the fans a unique look into the creation of this record with an online web series following the studio process. The Maine continues to redefine what it means to be a band nowadays, proven again last year when they hosted their very own music festival. After its release, the band brought their new album to life on a headlining run of the same name - in several different continents worldwide.