Maximo Park to give away new song as a download

'Wraithlike' is available for two weeks

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Maximo Park are to give fans a taster of their new album 'Quicken The Heart' by putting new track 'Wraithlike' online as a free download from tomorrow (March 10).

The track will be available on Maximopark.com to download for free for two weeks.

Get this week's NME, on UK newsstands nationwide on Wednesday (March 11) for an exclusive comeback interview with the band's frontman Paul Smith.

Maximo Park are set to release 'Quicken The Heart', which they recorded with Yeah Yeah Yeahs producer Nick Launay in Los Angeles, this May.

As previously reported, the band are on tour in the UK throughout May.

They play the following dates:

Newcastle Academy (May 13, 14)
Glasgow Academy (15)
Liverpool University (16)
Southampton Guildhall (18)
Birmingham Academy (19)
Nottingham Rock City (20)
Leeds Academy (22)
Manchester Academy (23)
Norwich UEA (24)
London Brixton Academy (26, 27)
Bristol Academy (28)


To check the availability of Maximo Park tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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