Maxïmo Park release ‘Live From The Coast’ EP

Maxïmo Park Press photo
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Maxïmo Park have released a new EP, ‘Live From The Coast,’ featuring songs off of their new album ‘Nature Always Wins,’ which hit #2 on the Official UK Albums Chart in March. Each of the singles released ahead of the album are included here – the psychedelic Child Of The Flatlands, Baby, Sleep‘s playful indie-pop, the jerky and animated I Don’t Know What I’m Doing, the widescreen rumination of All Of Me, along with the album’s political focal point Why Must A Building Burn? – all recorded live on the cliffs above Tynemouth Bay.

Singer Paul Smiths comments: “We launched the single Baby, Sleep with a filmed live-stream, on a cliff overlooking Tynemouth Bay, but we thought we’d record a few more songs to mark the occasion. This was the first time we’d recorded them as a band because the actual album was recorded separately, with each member in isolation.

The EP is available to stream / purchase here, and live performances of each song will be available to watch on the band’s YouTube channel here.

Live From The Coast album cover artwork

‘Live From The Coast’ track listing

1. Child Of The Flatlands (Live From The Coast)
2. Baby, Sleep (Live From The Coast)
3. I Don’t Know What I’m Doing (Live From The Coast)
4. All Of Me (Live From The Coast)
5. Why Must A Building Burn? (Live From The Coast)

Maxïmo Park have always thrived in a live setting, and ‘Live From The Coast’ follows 2019’s ‘As Long As We Keep Moving’ live DVD release. After a year without shows, delays and rescheduling, its release comes as excitement among fans to see the new songs performed live reaches its peak.

The band’s upcoming headline UK tour that kicks off in October is now all sold out.

Maxïmo Park Tour poster

Sat 2nd Oct – Boilerroom, Newcastle – SOLD OUT
Sun 3rd Oct – The Mill, Birmingham – SOLD OUT
Tuesday 5th Oct – The Leadmill, Sheffield – SOLD OUT
Wed 6th Oct – EartH Theatre, London – SOLD OUT
Thur 7th Oct – Trinity, Bristol – SOLD OUT
Sat 9th Oct – EartH Theatre, London – SOLD OUT 
Sun 10th Oct – O2 Ritz, Manchester – SOLD OUT
Mon 11th Oct – Saint Luke’s, Glasgow – SOLD OUT

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