Listen: The Maine assure fans they are not ‘Broken Parts’ in new song

With a week left until the release of their new studio album, The Maine have returned with another new song to hold fans over until then. On Friday (March 22), the Arizona-founded act shared their third single off You Are OK. Titled “Broken Parts,” the emotional new song finds the band assuring listeners that we are all broken in some way, but that doesn’t mean we cannot come back from it.

Listen to “Broken Parts” above.

“Broken Parts” joins previously released singles “My Best Habit” and “Numb without You” on their upcoming seventh studio album. You Are OK is due out next Friday, March 29, through their 8123 record label.

Pre-orders for the upcoming release can be found on the band’s website. You Are OK is the follow-up to the band’s 2017’s Lovely Little Lonely.

Earlier this week, The Maine was confirmed as one of the headliners for the inaugural Sad Summer Festival tour. Mayday Parade, the Wonder Years, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, L.I.F.T., and Just Friends will round out the roster with Every Avenue, Four Year Strong, Set It Off, Forever the Sickest Kids, and Emo Nite appearing at select dates. The full tour itinerary can be found here.

Before heading out on the emo’s answer to the now-defunct Vans Warped Tour, the group will embark on several springtime outings. The first excursion will find them opening for Taking Back Sunday on their Twenty tour. The Twenty tour begins with a two-night engagement (April 16 and 17) at the Ace of Spades in Sacramento and concludes with a two-night stint at the House of Blues in Las Vegas (May 4 and 5).

After a few days off, The Maine will hit the road from their own headlining tour. “The Maine Are Back on Tour & You Are OK” trek begins on May 9 at 191 Toole in Tucson and conclude a couple of weeks later on May 31 at the Launchpad in Albuquerque.

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