The Maine to hit Boston in support of new album

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The Maine have revealed plans for a summer tour in support of their forthcoming album, Forever Halloween. The Arizona-based rockers will return to Massachusetts for a show at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club on Saturday, June 29. They’ll be joined by special guests A Rocket To the Moon, This Century and Brighten. Tickets for the show are available through Ticketmaster for $20.

Forever Halloween, The Maine’s fourth studio effort and follow-up to 2011’s Pioneer, is scheduled to hit stores on June 4. The album was recorded live through analog tape with producer Brendan Benson (of The Raconteurs). Lead single “Love & Drugs” is streaming below.

“The tape machine was like having an older, wiser, intimidatingly glowing woman in the room,” said frontman John O’Callaghan on the recording process in a press release. “We were all meeting her for the first time, but she already knew everything there was to know about the five of us. In no single way judgmental, but she sniffed out the bullshit and wouldn’t allow us to be anyone we are not. We are now better men for meeting that woman.”

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