NY pop-punks Maple Hill premiere debut album ‘Headspace’

Jon Berrien

Jon Berrien

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Featuring impassioned, melodic punk with emo influences, New York newcomers Maple Hill are gearing up for the release of their diverse and promising debut LP ‘Headspace‘.  The highly promising ten track melodic punk album will drop on February 5th, however GroundSounds has the exclusive premiere now!

Drummer St. John Faulkner had this to say about the bands debut album:

“Headspace is an album mostly about the transition into early adulthood, and the conflicts that arise during the process. Each song is a story or journey, and a lesson learned. Some of these stories are more uplifting and hopeful, some are more disheartened or frustrated, but each is a moment in time. Inspired in many contrasting ways by the world in which we grew up, it wasn’t until we began working in The Panda Studios (The Story So Far, State Champs, Basement) in Bay Area, California that the songs truly came to life. The two weeks spent making this album were two of the most fun weeks of our lives, and we hope that listeners can really hear that in the music.”

Stream ‘Headspace‘ below and grab a copy of the full-length on February 5th.

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