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Maximo Park

Maximo Park

Newcastle-based indie-rock band formed of Archis Tiku (guitars), Duncan Lloyd (guitars), Lukas Wooller (keyboards), Tom English (drums) and Paul Smith (vocals).

Their 2005 album, "A Certain Trigger", was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize.

Between 2005 and 2007 they notched up eight successive Top 40 singles including "Apply Some Pressure", "Our Velocity" and "Boxes From Boxes".

Albums include their 2005 debut "A Certain Trigger", plus "Our Earthly Pleasures" (2007), "Quicken the Heart" (2009), "The National Health" (2012) and, "Too Much Information" (2014), "Risk to Exist" (2017) and 2021's: "Nature Always Wins".

Tyne Theatre and Opera House
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
The Trinity Centre
Bristol
EartH [Hackney Arts Centre]
Stoke Newington
EartH [Hackney Arts Centre]
Stoke Newington
O2 Ritz
Manchester
The Boiler Shop Stephenson Works
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Leadmill
Sheffield
Saint Luke's Glasgow
Glasgow
The Mill [Formerly Rainbow Arena]
Digbeth
Fat Sam's
Dundee
The Liquid Rooms
Edinburgh
Brudenell Social
Leeds
Blitz
Preston
The Arts Club
Liverpool
The Empire
Coventry
O2 Academy Oxford
Oxford
The Brook
Southampton
De La Warr Pavilion
Sussex
Waterfront
Norwich