Daylighting Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Hat-wearing Newcastle indie types Maximo Park are back with a sixth album of tightly-wound bookish songs, titled Risk To Exist. As ever, they combine a lively and catchy guitar-led sound with lyrics about society and the like: it is indeed a Risk To Exist in these times eh? Released by the Daylighting label...view item
Following their recent foray into the top ten albums chart with the acclaimed 'Too Much Information', Maximo Park announce details of a new single 'Midnight On The Hill' on 12th May 2014.
Armed with a recently sold out UK tour,a much vaunted resurgence and two playlisted singles under their collective belt,2 014 thus fa...view item
The Maximum Parks have a new EP to accompany their recent full length, let's go.
Track 1 'Leave This Island' is a very '80s sounding synthpop number. It's reminding me of a specific band from the '80s but as usual I'm panicking because of time constraints and can't remember who. Ah, Depeche Mode, of ...view item
There was something about the early Maximo Park that suggested that they could become one of my favourite bands. Their North Eastern accents, the obtuse lyrics about the Northumbrian coastline and pit villages, just the merest hint of Prefab Sprout. But then everything went rather bland and boring and I lost...view item
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