MAYPINE ‘In The Back Of My Mind’, out 4th August


Merging highly infectious refrains and upbeat punk-rock rhythms, ascending
UK pop-punkers MAYPINE set loose their eagerly awaited new EP, In The Back
Of My Mind, on Friday 4th August through Disconnect Disconnect Records.
Before then, the lively quintet first premiered their video single for A Little
Sooner via New Noise Magazine

By taking inspiration from a variety of different artists, the aspiring
tunesters have been encouraged by State Champs, Neck Deep, ROAM and
Blink-182. Through digesting the fundamentals of these key influences, they
have formed their own sounds, creating premium cuts that are both accessible
and instantly engaging.

Hailing from Brighton, and formed in mid-2016, the band spent the summer
months crafting their set and refining their live show in anticipation for
their Winter UK tour. The shows were highly successful, leading the
pop-punkers to being touted as ‘one of the most exciting new pop-punk bands
in the UK’. The five-some have recently completed work on their debut EP, In
The Back Of My Mind, with producer Ian Sadler (ROAM/Homebound). This
impressive release is bursting with catchy hooks, emotive vocal lines and
driving guitar parts. With the release of In The Back Of My Mind slated for
this August, alongside a UK tour with much revered Brit pop-punkers Better
Than Never and Coast To Coast, this year is panning out to be a very
eventful one. Before the band fully take flight, catch MAYPINE live this
August, at the below intimate venues:

MAYPINE August tour:

Friday 04 – Hope & Ruin, Brighton*; Saturday 05 – Mulberry Tavern,
Sheffield; Sunday 06 – Creepy Wee Pub, Dunfermline (Acoustic/afternoon set);
Sunday 06 – The Attic/The Garage, Glasgow***; Tuesday 08 – Retro Bar,
Manchester***; Thursday 10 – The Shed, Leicester**; Friday 11 – The
Thunderbolt, Bristol**; Saturday 12 – The Attic, Torquay**; Sunday 13 – The
Joiners, Southampton**; Monday 14 – The Black Heart, Camden**; Tuesday 15 –
The Attic, Ashford**; Wednesday 16th – TJ’s, Eastbourne*.