Live Gig Video: Maximo Park share ‘The Hero’ from Manchester Albert Hall show

By on Tuesday, 17th October 2017 at 4:00 pm
 

Back in May, North East veteran band Maximo Park toured the UK, ending their jaunt around the country at Manchester Albert Hall. They were out on the road promoting ‘Risk to Exist’, their sixth album out now, released in April. You can read my review of the long player through here. In this live performance filmed by Luke Thompson at the Albert Hall, the group perform ‘The Hero’, which I described in my review as having “a Saturday Night Fever vibe”. While Paul Smith isn’t the elastic Gumby we are used to seeing in this video, it’s still worth watching these greats of indie rock from the Noughties who are still going. You can get ‘Risk to Exist’ now on Daylighting / Cooking Vinyl. To read more about Maximo Park through our past coverage here on TGTF, use this link.

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