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Артист: Maybeshewill Название: Fair Youth [Post-Rock] Жанр: Rock Год выхода: 2014 Label: Superball Music / SBMSECD 031 О музыке:
Maybeshewill are an instrumental band from Leicester, United Kingdom whose music is characterised by the use of
programmed and sampled electronic elements alongside guitars, bass and drums.
Maybeshewill was formed by guitarists Robin Southby and John Helps whilst the pair were studying together at university in 2005. They released their
first record Japanese Spy Transcript on the band's own label, Robot Needs Home Records in 2006 with Tanya Byrne on bass guitar and Lawrie Malen
on drums. The 4-track EP was well received by the press and attracted the attention of Nottingham's Field Records (also home to Public Relations
Exercise) who released "The Paris Hilton Sex Tape" (taken from the record) as part of a split 7" single with Ann Arbor later that year. In August 2006
a re-mastered version of Japanese Spy Transcript was released in Japan on the XTAL label (also home to Yndi halda and You Slut!) which was set up
specifically for the release by The Media Factory Group. Shortly after this release the band dissolved temporarily.
In May 2007, John and Robin began working with drummer James Collins (formerly a member of Fight Fire With Water) and bassist Andrew Jackson, along
with a number of guest vocalists and musicians on an album entitled Not for Want of Trying. The record was released on Monday 12 May 2008 through
Field Records, and was chosen by BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens as his album of the week in its release week. "The Paris Hilton Sex Tape" also featured
on the cover CD of June's edition of Rock Sound magazine.
Thirteen months later on 7 June 2009, the band released their second album Sing the Word Hope in Four-Part Harmony through Field Records, with
Victoria Sztuka taking Andrew Jacksons place on bass guitar. This was a heavier record which saw them continue to try to break away from the post-rock
tag with which they are often labelled. The record was received well by both press and fans alike, but did receive some criticism for failing to
depart substantially enough from the band's established sound.
After the release of Sing The Word Hope, The band returned to the three-piece line-up of James Collins, John Helps and Robin Southby for a brief
period before they were joined in 2009 by Jamie Ward, a former member of Kyte and Tired Irie who was to guide the recording session for their third
album, as well as fill the vacant position of bassist. In 2011 the band became a five-piece with long-time collaborator Matthew Daly performing live
In May 2011 the band released I Was Here for a Moment, Then I Was Gone, their third full length record. According to press releases, the band
approached the record as if it were their first album – ignoring any criticism of their previous work, be it positive or negative, and distancing
themselves from any expectation of what they might produce. Produced by Jamie Ward the record was the first to be recorded in traditional studio
spaces and consequently is more polished than any previous recordings. Live strings and brass were provided by members of Her Name Is Calla and Fight
Fire With Water, adding more organic sounds to the bands electronic palette. The album received universally positive reviews from the music press, was
played in its entirety twice on Kerrang Radio and gained Maybeshewill Rock Sound's 'Band of the Week' accolade two weeks running.
In March 2014 the band announced that they would release their fourth studio album through German based record label Superball Music. The album's
title, Fair Youth, and release date, August 25, 2014, were announced in June 2014.
Maybeshewill tour very regularly across the UK, Europe and Asia. This has seen them pair up with And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, Lite, Long
Distance Calling, Earthtone9, U I, And So I Watch You From Afar and Cats Cats Cats (amongst others) on various excursions. They have also
appeared at The Great Escape, Summer Sundae Weekender, Truck Festival, Brainwash Festival, 2000 Trees, Hockley Hustle, ArcTanGent and Dot To Dot
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