The Maine have been working their way across the States on the Modern Nostalgia Tour when John O’Callaghan checks in after dinner in St. Louis, where he’s not exactly happy to report that temperatures have fallen below 40 as show time approaches.“It just started to get really cold,” he says. “You can hear everybody kind of sniffling on the bus. We’ve gotta hit some sort of store where they sell warm clothes. Not, like, Arizona warm clothes, which is like a hoodie and that’s it.”They named the tour Modern Nostalgia in reaction to the growing trend of bands doing tours on the 10th anniversary of a certain album.“A lot of our peers are getting to that 10-year anniversary of their first release and doing shows and tours that embrace that,” O’Callaghan says. “And for us, it’s not to say that we won’t ever do that, because our 10 year for our first album is kind of creeping up next year. But we’re also just so motivated by the response we received for the last two albums that we felt like it was kind of a contagious feeling, going out and playing new stuff for people and having them respond either in a… Read full this story
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