Phoenix, Arizona’s The Maine as released their fourth full-length studio album Forever Halloween. The album has been released independently in the US in partnership with their management team Eighty One Twenty Three, via Universal Music in Canada, and Rude Records in Europe, UK, Australia and Japan. The record, produced by Brendan Benson of The Raconteurs, is the band’s second consecutive independent release.


The band has also just released their video for the newest single off of Forever Halloween entitled “These Four Words”. The single-shot video was directed by Daniel Gomes and the song is what frontman John O’Callaghan is calling the “most revealing song [he] has ever written”. This is the second single from the band’s latest effort.

In support of Forever Halloween, The Maine is heading out on a North American tour with their friends in A Rocket To The Moon, This Century, and Brighten on the first ever “The 8123 Tour”. They are kicking off the tour at a free hometown show in Tempe, Arizona at Tempe Market Place which will be available via live stream worldwide at

Look for The Maine’s new album Forever Halloween on iTunes or in Best Buy stores for only $7.99 and check out for more information!

The Maine is John O’Callaghan, Garrett Nickelsen, Pat Kirch, Kennedy Brock, and Jared Monaco.


Watch the video for “These Four Words”


To grab your copy of Forever Halloween on iTunes, visit here.

The Maine is currently headlining the “8123” Tour along with A Rocket To The Moon, This Century and Brighten.


Forever Halloween Track Listing:

1. Take What You Can Carry

2. Love & Drugs

3. Run

4. White Walls

5. Happy

6. Birthday in Los Angeles

7. Blood Red

8. Kennedy Curse

9. Sad Songs

10. F**ked Up Kids

11. These Four Words

12. Forever Halloween


Tour Dates: 

6/7        Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
6/8        San Francisco, CA @ Great American
6/9        Sacramento, CA @Ace of Spades
6/11      Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
6/12      Vancouver, BC @ The Rio Theater
6/14      Calgary @ The Den
6/15      Edmonton, AB @ Avenue Theater
6/18      Winnipeg @ The Garrick
6/20      Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
6/21      Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
6/22      Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
6/23      Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
6/25      Detroit, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom
6/26      Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Theater
6/27      Montreal, QC @ La Tulipe
6/28      Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall
6/29      Boston, MA @ Paradise
7/2        New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
7/3        Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
7/5        Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony –
7/6        Washington, DC  @ 9:30 Club
7/7        Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
7/9        Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
7/10      Columbus, OH @ A&R Bar
7/12      Birmingham, AL @ Workplay
7/13      Atlanta, GA @ The Loft
7/14      Jacksonville, FL @ Freebird
7/16      Orlando, FL @ Beachum Theatre
7/18      New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
7/19      Houston, TX @ Warehouse
7/20      Austin, TX @ The Parish
7/21      Dallas, TX @ Trees
7/24      Denver, CO @ The Summit
7/26      Tucson, AZ @ The Rock