12 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few groups evoke the spirit of '90s pop-rock better than The Maine, and on their sixth record, the band produce an abundance of earnest, heart-on-sleeve songs. The falsetto-burnished earworm "Do You Remember? (The Other Half of 23)" conjures all the optimism of youth, while the brisk "Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu" explores the sensation of being awestruck by a powerful experience, and the moody, reverb-glossed folk-rocker "I Only Wanna Talk to You" encourages listeners to follow their hearts and seize the day.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few groups evoke the spirit of '90s pop-rock better than The Maine, and on their sixth record, the band produce an abundance of earnest, heart-on-sleeve songs. The falsetto-burnished earworm "Do You Remember? (The Other Half of 23)" conjures all the optimism of youth, while the brisk "Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu" explores the sensation of being awestruck by a powerful experience, and the moody, reverb-glossed folk-rocker "I Only Wanna Talk to You" encourages listeners to follow their hearts and seize the day.

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