Being a band for 15 years is no small feat. The Maine, however, have planned out the legacy they’ll leave behind since their inception.
We’re ecstatic to announce that the five-piece are on the cover of our April issue (#405), featured alongside Denzel Curry, Stand Atlantic, Orville Peck, Bloc Party, Ghost and many more. Check out the magazine bundles below.
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In particular, issue #405 marks a special occasion in the Maine’s history. It’s been 12 years since their last AP cover, and the band have been up to plenty since. Between releasing albums and hitting the road, they formed their own record label and management team called 8123. That same brand hosts the annual 8123 Fest, headlined by the Maine every year.
“I hope for growth in every aspect,” vocalist John O’Callaghan tells Alessandro DeCaro. “We basically want to use the last 15 years as one giant learning lesson. This is such a huge source of happiness, so we want to continue to feed that and make it last as long as we can.”
By ordering an issue, you can score a limited-edition heart-shaped flexi disc for the band’s latest single “Loved You A Little” featuring Charlotte Sands and Taking Back Sunday’s Adam Lazzara. You can also secure three special-edition posters. Check it out below.
Grab a copy of issue #405 featuring cover stars the Maine here or above.
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