Sydney’s Maverick are a band that could not care less what you think. And that’s why they will have Longevity. Coincidentally, that’s the name of their new single, the first taste of their new EP ‘State of Mind’. Longevity drops today along with a new filmclip – one you have to see to believe!
The EP will be released on Friday March 16 and can be pre-ordered on iTunes and all good digital outlets from today and physical pre-orders can be purchased at dogfightrecords.com. Longevity is available to stream now in Spotify and Apple Music.
In a clip that probably had a lot of the neighbours’ heads turning to see what the ruckus was running down their street, the outfit (with a little help from their friends) run down a suburban Sydney street, roughing each other up, tumbling all over the joint and in what is surely a tribute to the prank shows of the 2000s (a la Jackass, The Dudesons, Bam Margera et al), the guys smash fluro lightbulbs, smash trolleys into each other tackle each other into objects and generally make some irreverent noise in the suburbs.
Their brand new 6 track EP is titled ‘State of Mind’ – and it was recorded at Karma Sound Studios in Thailand and will be released through Dogfight Records.
Maverick are legit. Running amok in Sydney’s gritty southeast from an early age the Maverick boys are no strangers to good times, pits or Sunday morning tins. These five individuals live the lifestyle they write about and their attitudes and ambition are as heavy and large as their sound.
In a time when everyone is playing to a crowd or changing to follow the latest trend, it’s refreshing to have a band that could not care less what you think. They are a band that has zero concerns that Monday morning is fast approaching and calling in sick is no longer an option. It’s a headline slot to the masses or nothing – and they’re not leaving when they’re told. Maverick are coming in hot, bounce with them in the pit or end up under it!