Maximo Park reveal new single 'Leave This Island' – watch

The song is taken from the band's fifth album 'Too Much Information', which is released next year

Maximo Park have announced details of their new single, 'Leave This Island'. See above to watch the video now.

The song is taken from the band's fifth album 'Too Much Information', which is released on February 3. It is the follow-up to their 2012 LP 'The National Health'.

Recorded in Sunderland with the band's keyboardist Lukas Wooller and Field Music’s Brewis brothers 'Leave This Island’ will be available on 12” vinyl and digitally, complete with exclusive B-side 'A Vague Implication', a Mogwai remix of 'Leave This Island' and a mix of 'Brain Cells' from The Invisible's Dave Okumu.

Last month the band unveiled the first track to be taken from the album, 'Brain Cells', which fans can download for free.

The trio also announced details of a deluxe edition of the album, which will feature a series of bonus cover tracks including their version of The Fall's 'Edinburgh Man' (renamed 'Middlesborough Man' for the record), Mazzy Star's 'Fade Into You' and Leonard Cohen's 'Lover, Lover, Lover'. Tour dates in support of the album can be seen below.

Frontman Paul Smith said in a statement: "Our lyrics and our music will never be too-cool-for-school - we are an emotional band even if it might be too much information for some."

Maximo Park will play:

Portsmouth Pyramids (March 6)
Bristol O2 Academy (7)
Glasgow Academy (8)
Liverpool O2 Academy (10)
Nottingham Rock City (11)
Leeds O2 Academy (13)
Birmingham HMC Institute (14)
Manchester Academy (15)
Norwich UEA (17)
Oxford O2 Academy (19)
London Forum (20)
Newcastle O2 Academy (21)


The 'Too Much Information' tracklisting is as follows:

'Give, Get, Take'
'Brain Cells'
'Leave This Island'
'Lydia, The Ink Will Never Dry'
'My Bloody Mind'
'Is It True?'
'Drinking Martinis'
'I Recognise The Light'
'Midnight On The Hill'
'Her Name Was Audre'
'Where We're Going'


Deluxe tracks :

'Middlesbrough Man' – The Fall (originally titled 'Edinburgh Man'
'I'll Be Here In The Morning' – Townes Van Zandt
'Lover, Lover, Lover ' – Leonard Cohen
'Northern Sky' – Nick Drake
'Fade Into You' – Mazzy Star


Download 'Brain Cells':



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