Don't miss a beat with our FREE daily newsletter
"They've evolved to add a reflective gloss."
"Maximo Park will always be an emotional band; they’re so good at it."
Another great gig from one of England’s best live acts.
"And I said, ‘None of these songs are about you,’ which was pretty embarrassing, but I had to say it ‘cause she was wound up about it and I just thought, ‘You’re getting wound up over nothing,’ hahaha."
Sydney and Melbourne, you're in luck
The National Health stakes a claim in the territory of more polished production with some flourishes of the avant garde amid lyrics absolutely teeming with social commentary
Just like Falls, Southbound have announced a shitload of exciting bands for their 2013 event.
Maximo Park might’ve named this album after their view of the GFC and riots throughout their own native Britain and other parts of Europe, but as far as this scribe’s concerned, it may as well be an abstract analogy.
The National Health is a slightly solemn reflection of life in England during a global recession that acts as a firm reminder that these guys aren’t just any old band, but a group of intellectuals who want to teach you something as well as play some great music.