For the latest installment of Live4ever’s Essential Listening 2012 series, we’ve picked out some of our favourite music videos of the past year for you to enjoy. Some might be here for the quality of the promo, and some because we’re simply in love with the track itself, but all are included as they’ve proved to be among the most popular with our readers during the course of 2012.
From tomorrow, the business end of our annual lookback will begin with the Essential Gigs of 2012, when a select few of the many shows Live4ever has paid witness to these past twelve months will be highlighted with both live reviews and photo galleries.
Got a music video you think everyone should have been watching this year? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
Maximo Park frontman Paul Smith has revealed the band’s recent ‘The National Health‘ album could prove to be their last for some considerable time after admitting they seriously considered their future before recording the LP.
Maximo Park have confirmed the release of a new single to be taken from their recent ‘The National Health‘ album.
So, Maximo Park are back.
If that’s a sentence that fills you with any sort of measurable excitement, the good news is that you’ll be pleased by what follows in this review. To be fair, if you’ve never liked Maximo Park before, there’s likely to be no reason why this album will change your mind.
Maximo Park will embark on their first full tour of the UK in three years this November in support of their fourth album ‘The National Health‘, which will be released on June 11th.
In today’s Soundbites – our look back at the past week’s news, reviews, and tabloid gossip – Rihanna makes a welcome return to the tabloids’ front pages, Jack White plans to take his record player into space, a truly filthy chart rundown is pondered, the latest Wind-up Birds track is reviewed and our pick of the week’s new videos is selected.
Maximo Park tackle fan obsession and mania taken to new and often hilarious extremes, with the help of Thomas Turgoose, the talented young British actor who broke through in Shane Meadows’ critically acclaimed film This is England.
Maximo Park have unveiled their new single ‘Hips and Lips‘, the first to be taken from new album ‘The National Health‘.
In today’s Soundbites - Live4ever’s look back at the past week’s news, reviews, and tabloid gossip – another UK festival bites the dust, Lady Gaga goes into mourning for the world, Damon Albarn bums out Blur fans, Maximo Park’s new album will save the nation, the pick of our new videos is selected and we look at the new track from Tom Williams & The Boat.
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