For a band that describes themselves as "NewCountryPunkWave," Max and the Wild Things are certainly carving an interesting niche for themselves in the world of music. They've been compared to, by at least one critic, as "
I first learned about them via the magic/wonders of last.fm. Struck by the name and then proceedingly hooked onto their catchy and charming songs, I sent a few questions over to Cole Traynor, their general manager. They were then answered by Aidan, lead singer/guitarist/banjo player.
NO MONSTERS SPOTTED IN THIS BAND!
How have things been going for you guys lately?
Lately we've been finishing our second album, "Neptune's Crown." The recording was at Welcome to 1979 recording studio in Nashville, TN. We plan to release it 11/11/11. Our drummer and guitarist from the first album left to work on their own projects and we brought in our current drummer, Andy Wilmoth, and ukulelist, Willy Guy Arnot. The sound has definitely changed, I hope for the better.
UKULELES ARE AWESOME (except on Eddie Vedder albums)