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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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
190 Ratings

190 Ratings

Dukjgjkdksj ,

Best band out there right now by far

This record is a artistic masterpiece and religious experience. I don't know where to begin. It FLOWS with both the transitions between songs and their ordering and the overall auditory smoothness of the album. The lyrics are phenomenal and reminiscent of both Forever Halloween and American Candy. This is a work of art. The Maine never let me down in the past and once again they didn't. They continuously progress as a band in a way I've honestly never seen. They are hands down the best band out there right now by far is both terms of work and treatment of fans. Love them to death.

pats 911 ,

Eager Anticipation

Now this, this is a band worth buying into; mentally, emotionally, monetarily. Very few bands are able to have consistency with making quality songs, while still adhering to their roots. I simply cannot wait.

Atlgirl0812 ,

Why Aren't You Listening to a Band Called The Maine?

I already have three copies of the album and I'm buying it again on iTunes, why aren't you? There's no way anyone could be disappointed with this album, it's stunning and brilliant. Not that I would expect anything less from The Maine, they always bring their A game and never disappoint. Hint: Taxi and How Do You Feel

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