Maximo Park are back with their fourth studio album The National Health. The lads have returned from a short hiatus and it is full steam ahead. They’ve since toured the US and have just wrapped up Europe, only to begin their completely sold-out UK tour before they touch down on Australian shores in time for
To coincide with their previously confirmed appearances at both Falls and Southbound Festivals, UK’s Maximo Park have announced headlining shows in both Sydney and Melbourne. Their trip Down Under will be in support of the band’s most recent (and all-up fourth) studio album The National Health. The dynamic 5-piece rock outfit used the release as
Featuring This Is England actor Thomas Turgoose as Maximo Park’s biggest fan ever, the DIY clip is actually hard to look away from. Featured on the soon-to-be-released album The National Health, which marks #4 for the band, frontman Paul Smith (who makes a cameo) has explained that the album is a product of its surroundings: “The nation is
Maximo Park have revealed the details of their upcoming new album titled The National Health, due for release on the 11th June. The new record follows on from their third release in 2009 Quicken The Heart. Frontman Paul Smith has said about the new album: “We’re in a global recession and everyone is being bombarded
In 2005, five young boys from Newcastle, England, known collectively as Maximo Park, released A Certain Trigger upon the music world. Four years down the line, they’ve released their third album Quicken the Heart and are bringing it to Australia to close off a big year. Sitting down to talk with front man Paul Smith,
England’s Maximo Park are set to get the hearts of their Australian fans racing on their Quicken The Heart Tour this November.
After three tours since the 2005 breakthrough debut album, A Certain Trigger, England’s Maximo Park are no strangers to these shores. And Australian audiences are no strangers to their rousing live shows.
Within thirty seconds of speaking to Maximo Park’s Paul Smith, I decide I like him.
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