Nature Always Wins

Maximo Park


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  • Genre: Rock And Pop
  • Label: Prolifica
  • Released Date: 26th February 2021
  • Buying Format:
    180g 2LP Gatefold Sleeve
    1LP Coloured Vinyl
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An album of our times, Newcastle band Maximo Park return with their seventh record Nature Always Wins

The album arrives as something of an examination, zeroing in on the notion of the self, identity as a band, and that of humanity as a whole. The album’s title nods to the famous Nature vs Nurture debate. Discussing whether change is capable under the influence of time, perspective, environment or if we are destined to be bound by our own genetics, it asks, “who are we, and who do we want to be, and do we have any control over it?”.

“I’m so happy we were able to make this album during lockdown, as it’s been a challenging time for everyone. After almost 4 years since Risk To Exist, we wanted to explore new musical territory (for us) without sacrificing our trademark melodic twists and heartfelt lyrics. As always, the passing of time looms large, although the songs contain more affection for the past than before, and there are occasional hints of the fractious, divided time that we live in” – frontman Paul Smith

Produced by Atlanta-based Grammy-winning producer Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Deerhunter), who afforded the band freedom to play and create. What wasn’t anticipated was how that freedom would be soon be stripped, as lockdown restrictions left the band recording remotely across Newcastle, Liverpool and Atlanta with audio files bounced back and forth, 4000 miles across the world!

2LP format is pressed on 180g vinyl and housed in a gatefold sleeve with poster

Single LP format is pressed on clear turquoise vinyl

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Track Listings

Partly Of My Making
Versions Of You
Baby, Sleep
All Of Me
Meeting Up
Why Must A Building Burn?
I Don’t Know What I’m Doing
The Acid Remark
Feelings I’m Supposed To Feel
Child Of The Flatlands

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