Some fabulous albums are arriving this spring. You can count The Maine’s sixth full length, “Lovely, Little, Lonely” one of those records. The alt rock veterans from Arizona are sure to lay on their anthems strong with the release. Just listen to the band’s vibrant sweeping new song, “black butterflies & déjà vu”. Their melodic rock truly flutters and takes flight like a winged creature, but this evocative ‘butterfly’ is colorful and bright. The Maine’s frontman John O’Callaghan explains: “This song is for the moments, places, or persons that somehow turn your tongue to stone. Those times when words truly do not possess the power to adequately paint the subject.” Hey John, you mean like how I can’t sufficiently describe the soaring grandeur of your new tune with my verbosity? Pre-order new album “Lovely, Little, Lonely”, here, ahead of its release on April 7th.

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