"This has been the best year and a half that we've ever had as a band."
The Maine's Pat Kirch has taken to twitter to talk about the end of the 'Lovely Little Lonely' era.
The band are set to play the full run of the final cross-country Vans Warped Tour, which is kicking off in Pomona this Friday. Their Warped Tour run is also set to be their last tour on the 'Lovely Little Lonely' album cycle, Pat announced in his twitter video.
Talking about 'Lovely Little Lonely' Pat thanked the fans for the way that they embraced the album, saying "it's been incredible, and I just wanted to say thank you for letting us do this. This has been the best year and a half that we've ever had as a band. We've just been so happy doing it, so happy playing these songs- and you guys have embraced it in a way that we couldn't have even imagined."
Watch the full video below:
He finishes his video saying "come and say hello to us one last time before we go and make a new record". Which is exciting, because NEW MUSIC FROM THE MAINE.
The Maine are releasing 'Less Noise: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs By A Band Called The Maine' this Friday. Find out all the info on that right here.
Only two weeks ago, The Maine played an intimate, sweaty headline show in London. Check out a taster below, and check out the full gallery here.