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The Maine

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Loved You A Little The Maine, Taking Back Sunday, Charlotte Sands 03:27
Neon Lights Demi Lovato, The Maine 03:52
Into Your Arms The Maine 03:59
Loved You A Little The Maine, Taking Back Sunday, Charlotte Sands 03:24
blame The Maine, Valley 03:10
Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu The Maine 03:23
Taxi The Maine 03:07
Am I Pretty? The Maine 03:02
Don't Come Down The Maine 03:12
cruel summer The Maine 02:38

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Formed in Tempe, a collegiate suburb of Phoenix, Arizona, rock band The Maine have been polishing their pop-punk-inflected brand of indie rock since 2007. Originally composed of lead singer John O'Callaghan, guitarists Alex Ross and Ryan Osterman, bassist Garrett Nickelsen, and drummer Patrick Kirch, the group released their debut EP, Stay Up, Get Down, in 2007. Later that year, Ross and Osterman were replaced by Kennedy Brock and Jared Monaco, and the band debuted the five-track extended play The Way We Talk, their first release for Fearless Records. Produced by emo-pop veteran Matt Squire, their 2008 studio debut Can't Stop Won't Stop climbed to Number 40 on the Billboard 200, helping The Maine land a record deal with Warner Bros. Records in 2009. However, the relationship with the label proved unstable and the band parted ways with Warner shortly after the release of 2009's Black and White. Following the release of Forever Halloween (2013), The Maine's sound steered towards mainstream pop music on 2015's American Candy, which cracked the Top 10 of the indie charts in the US. Their musical evolution continued with the albums Lovely Little Lonely (2017), You Are OK (2019), and XOXO: From Love and Anxiety in Real Time (2021). In 2022, their non-album single "Loved You a Little" – which featured Taking Back Sunday and Charlotte Sands - reached Number 24 on Billboard's Adult Alternative chart. In August 2023, the group released their ninth album The Maine, which included the Top 40 single “Blame” plus “How to Exit a Room” and “Dose No. 2.”