Who hasn't dreamed about their favorite band releasing an acoustic EP/Album? It's been six - almost seven - years since I became a fan of The Maine, and just about a week ago they made one of my dreams come true.
If you think The Maine showed up how mature they've become in the past years with the release of their last album 'Forever Halloween', this EP is definitely not an exception. I found myself deeply lost and connected to the beautifully performed acoustic songs this EP features.
During the whole listening experience I noticed the lyrics are full of power and emotions; they really reflect a matter of different kind of situations about love, feelings and just life in general. You better believe that if John ever decided to publish a book of poems or lyrics or some writing of his own, I'd be the first person in line to get a thousand copies because his writing skills are just incredibly deep and meaningful.
I strongly suggest you to check out this EP, whether you've been through some downhill situations or not, I'm pretty sure you're going to relate to the lyrics written behind the music.
It's safe to say that these Arizona guys are never going to fail to amaze me. After all this time, I'm still and will always feel very proud of everything they've done. Check out the lyric video they put out for the song 'Raining In Paris' which you'll find in their new material.
Don't forget to grab your copy of Imaginary Numbers on iTunes!
And follow the band's twitter for more updates! And keep an eye on them, they might be having an interesting contest around there ;)
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