Bradley Arthur Maxwell


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September 30, 2019

BRADLEY ARTHUR MAXWELL SHARES NEW TRACK, "ALONE" | SINGLE OUT NOW ACROSS DSPS

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July 11, 2019

BRADLEY ARTHUR MAXWELL SHARES "EASY ON ME" VIDEO VIA THE 405 SINGLE OUT NOW ACROSS DSPS

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June 17, 2019

Bradley Arthur Maxwell Shares New Track "Easy On Me"

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BIOGRAPHY

“MAYBE I WRITE THIS WAY BECAUSE OF WHERE I GREW UP,” SAYS BRADLEY ARTHUR MAXWELL, PROUD SON OF NEWFOUNDLAND, THE RUGGEDEST OF CANADA’S ATLANTIC PROVINCES.

“THE LONG, HARSH WINTERS, THE COLD WINDS, THE MOUNTAINS, THE COASTLINE, THE FEROCIOUS NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN AND UNINHABITED LANDSCAPES – IT WAS MY BREEDING GROUND FOR CREATIVITY.” GRANDEUR AND ISOLATION ON THAT SCALE DO THINGS TO A MUSICIAN’S HEAD. EVEN NOW, RECENTLY RELOCATED TO VENICE BEACH NEAR LOS ANGELES, MAXWELL STILL FEELS “THE SWAY OF THE ELEMENTS” GUIDING HIM WHEN HE SITS DOWN TO WRITE. THE RESULT IS HAUNTING MINIMALISM THAT OCCUPIES THE SPOT WHERE ETHEREAL PSYCHEDELIA MEETS AMERICANA. HIS VOCALS ARE UNHURRIED, AS IF HE’S AMBLING ALONG A HIGH-LONESOME FOOTPATH, BREATHING THE AIR. YOU KNOW THAT LOST-IN-A-MOMENT SENSATION THAT SOME MUSIC EVOKES? MAXWELL’S SONGS DO THAT.

YOU MIGHT HAVE ALREADY HEARD HIS MUSIC: HALF A DOZEN MAXWELL TRACKS HAVE BEEN USED AS SYNCS ON REALITY AND DOCUMENTARY-BASED NETWORKS LIKE MTV AND LIFETIME UNDER A PREVIOUS MONIKER. REGARDLESS, IT’S AN INTERESTING JUXTAPOSITION - HIS PROFOUNDLY HONEST SONGS ALONGSIDE PROGRAMMING DEVOTED TO A FICTIONALIZED VERSION OF LIFE. MAXWELL’S UNIQUE SOUND BRINGS SUBSTANCE AND TRUTH TO THE INSUBSTANTIAL AND SCRIPTED. SO, WHERE TO START WITH HIS MUSIC? THE SINGLE “ALONE” IS A STUNNING ENTRY POINT INTO MAXWELL’S WORLD. IT’S A SLOW-MOTION MEDITATION ON LONELINESS – WHETHER IT’S THE LONELINESS OF MISSING A LOST LOVED ONE OR THE SELF-IMPOSED ISOLATION OF OUR DIGITAL AGE. HE’S MADE A TUNE THAT EVOKES DARKENED URBAN ROOMS AND WINDSWEPT PRAIRIES – BOTH IN THE SAME SONG. THE ACOUSTIC ARRANGEMENT, GARNISHED WITH DISTANT WHISTLING, COULD HAVE COME FROM A SERGIO LEONE FILM SOUNDTRACK.

OR, FOR A COMPLETE CONTRAST, THERE’S HIS DEBUT SINGLE, “EASY ON ME”. SUBTLY CONSTRUCTED OF REVERB, MINOR CHORDS AND GUITAR, IT’S A PRIMER TO THE MAXWELL SOUND - BOTH MONOCHROMATICALLY BEAUTIFUL AND AN IDEAL PIECE OF MUSIC TO TRANCE OUT TO. ITS VIDEO, IN FACT, CAPTURES HIM IN FULL TRANCE MODE. DRESSED IN BRIGHT RED SHORT SHORTS, SPORTING SOCKS AND SANDALS. A BASEBALL CAP AND HEADPHONES IN HOMAGE TO VENICE’S BOHEMIAN BEACH PEOPLE, HE’S DANCING ON THE SAND AS THE PACIFIC BREAKERS CRASH ONTO THE SHORE. AT THE END, HAVING WORKED HIMSELF INTO BLISSED-OUT EXHAUSTION, HE FLOPS ONTO THE GROUND, SPENT. “I’M A VERY SHY PERSON, SO BEING IN THAT VIDEO WAS A PUSH FOR ME, BUT I SOMEHOW FOUND MY GROOVE,” HE LAUGHS. IT WAS SHOT IN ONE TAKE ON AN OLD CAMERA, TESTIFYING TO THE BESPOKE NATURE OF THE MAXWELL PROCESS. THE FIVE-MINUTE VISUAL IS HYPNOTIC, PAIRING THE SONG’S MELANCHOLY NARRATIVE WITH A FREEFORM CHARACTER GETTING HIS FREAK ON. “THROUGH THAT WEIRD, SPONTANEOUS INTERPRETIVE DANCE, THE NOTION OF LETTING GO AND EMBRACING THE UNKNOWN IS BROUGHT TO LIFE,” HE SAYS. “IT’S INTENDED TO INSPIRE THE THOUGHT, ‘DO AS THIS GUY DOES. TAKE A SAD SONG AND MAKE IT HAPPY. LET GO AND DANCE.’”

MAXWELL WROTE “EASY ON ME” AS A REACTION TO HIS 2018 MOVE TO CALIFORNIA, BUT THAT’S ALL HE’LL REVEAL IN TERMS OF “MEANING”. AS WITH ALL HIS SONGS, HE’D RATHER LET LISTENERS COME UP WITH THEIR OWN INTERPRETATION. IT TOUCHES ON HIS ANXIETY AT LEAVING HOME - AND ALTHOUGH HE LOVES LA’S UNLIMITED CREATIVITY, IT’S NOT HOME. NOT YET. BUT HE’S GETTING USED TO IT. SOME DAYS, HE DRIVES NORTH UP THE COAST JUST TO SEE THE SCENERY CHANGE; OTHER DAYS, HE GOES DOWN TO THE BEACH, WATCHING THE HYPNOTIC MOTION OF THE WAVES.

THE LANDSCAPE MIGHT BE PALMS AND THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS THESE DAYS, BUT MAXWELL IS STILL A GUY FROM CORNER BROOK, A FISHING AND PAPER MILL COMMUNITY ON THE WEST COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND, AND HIS MUSIC IS STILL REDOLENT OF THE PLACE. PERVERSELY, HIS MUSICAL HEROES COME FROM MUCH FURTHER AFIELD. INSPIRATIONS RANGE FROM TOM PETTY AND NICK CAVE TO RADIOHEAD AND BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB - A DIVERSE BUNCH WITH A COMMON THREAD: EACH MAKES MUSIC FROM A LONER VIEWPOINT. HE RELATES TO THAT. “IF I STAYED TRUE TO MY INSTINCTS, I’D STICK TO DARK CORNERS IN ROOMS RATHER THAN SPOTLIGHTS ON STAGES,” HE TOLD ATWOOD MAGAZINE RECENTLY. PERHAPS SURPRISINGLY, THOUGH, IT WAS HIS TEENAGE IDOLS, METALLICA WHO COMPELLED HIM TO LEARN GUITAR AND START WRITING SONGS.

WRITING BECAME “SOMEWHERE TO PUT MY ENERGY INSTEAD OF BEING SELF-DESTRUCTIVE”. HE’D HAD A ROUGH ADOLESCENCE, HAVING BEEN DEEPLY AFFECTED BY THE PASSING OF HIS FATHER, GRANDFATHER AND GREAT-GRANDFATHER WITHIN THREE YEARS. “I GOT TO KNOW DEATH INTIMATELY,” AS HE PUTS IT. BUT BEING AROUND DEATH HAD BEEN THE NORM IN HIS FAMILY ANYWAY; HIS PARENTS RAN A FUNERAL HOME, AND HE WORKED THERE DURING SCHOOL VACATIONS. “IT WAS NORMAL TO ME - WASHING HEARSES, BEING AROUND THE CASKET; I’D SEE THE BIG SILVER DOOR TO THE EMBALMING ROOM AND SNEAK IN THERE AND SEE ALL THE INSTRUMENTS AND BE EQUALLY PERTURBED AND FASCINATED.”

AFTER TWO UNREWARDING SEMESTERS STUDYING ECONOMICS AT UNIVERSITY, HE MOVED TO ST JOHN’S, THEN TORONTO. HE FORMED A BAND WITH OTHER NEWFOUNDLANDERS AND - IN A CITY WHERE EVERY OTHER PERSON IS IN A BAND - THEIR ATMOSPHERIC MUSIC GOT NOTICED. DESPITE GREAT REVIEWS AND ENTHUSIASTIC COMPARISONS TO SIGUR ROS, HOWEVER, THEY SOON DISINTEGRATED, AT WHICH POINT MAXWELL REALIZED HE COULDN’T RELY ON ANYONE ELSE TO HELP HIM ACHIEVE HIS ASPIRATIONS. FROM THAT POINT, HE’S MADE EVERY DECISION HIMSELF. WHILE HE STILL WORKS WITH OTHER MUSICIANS, MOST RECENTLY PRODUCER DANIEL LEDWELL, HIS RECORDS ARE RELEASED UNDER HIS OWN NAME (HE ALSO SOMETIMES GOES BY HIS INITIALS, JUST BECAUSE THEY CREATE THE ACRONYM BAM).

AFTER GOING SOLO IN TORONTO, HE GOT SIGNED, RELEASED TWO RECORDS UNDER THAT OTHER NAME THAT REMAINS A MYSTERY AND RACKED UP HALF A MILLION STREAMS. REVIEWS OF HIS EMOTIONALLY RAW PSYCH-FOLK WERE UNIFORMLY POSITIVE, AND THE SUCCESS OF HIS SYNCS WAS “REALLY AFFIRMING” - BUT THAT ERA IS HIS PAST. HAVING STARTED A NEW LIFE IN CALIFORNIA, HE’S CLOSED THE DOOR ON WHAT WENT BEFORE AND RE-EMERGED A NEW ARTIST – “ONE OF 2019’S MOST EXCITING NEW VOICES,” AS THE 405 PUTS IT. SOME THINGS HAVEN’T CHANGED, THOUGH. WHEN HE CREATES, HIS PRIMARY INTENTION IS STILL TO “PROVOKE THOUGHT AND EMOTION, TO PLAY AROUND, MAYBE PUT SOME PIECES TOGETHER THAT DON’T QUITE FIT.”

“I’M A VERY SENSITIVE PERSON,” MAXWELL ADDS, POSSIBLY UNNECESSARILY. “I’M VERY RECEPTIVE TO HOW OTHER PEOPLE FEEL. I STRIVE TO CONNECT, TO SEEK TRUTHS IN MYSELF AND SHARE THOSE. I’M NEVER AFRAID OF BEING VULNERABLE.” FROM THE RECORDINGS DONE WITH LEDWELL, HE’LL ALSO BE RELEASING THE VERY SPECIAL “NO WONDER WHY” AS A SINGLE. A COLLABORATION WITH NEWFOUNDLAND FOLK THREE-PIECE THE ONCE, IT’S REMARKABLE: THE TRIO’S SPECTRAL HARMONIES, BARELY PALPABLE AT TIMES, TAKE THE SONG TO A DIFFERENT PLANE – FITTING, GIVEN MAXWELL’S BELIEF THAT SONGS CAN BE PASSAGEWAYS TO OTHER WORLDS.

“NO WONDER WHY IS A LOVE LETTER TO WHATEVER IS IT THAT YOU LOVE - WHETHER THAT’S A PLACE, A PERSON, OR A PASSION,” MAXWELL SEMI-EXPLAINS. “SOMETIMES, WHEN I WRITE, I FEEL LIKE LOVED ONES WHO HAVE PASSED ARE RIGHT THERE WITH ME. A NEW CREATIVE PORTAL OPENS. CERTAIN PHRASES COME TO ME AND I’VE FOUND MYSELF THINKING, ‘IS THAT DAD SAYING SOMETHING HE DIDN’T GET TO SAY?’ ULTIMATELY, WHEN I WRITE, I FEEL LIKE I'M CONNECTING TO A VERY SPIRITUAL PLACE.”

HE’LL BE PLAYING ONE-OFF DATES IN AMERICA AND CANADA THROUGHOUT THE FALL. WATCH HIS WEBSITE AND SOCIALS FOR DETAILS. “I'M COMPELLED TO PURSUE THIS,” HE CONCLUDES. “I NEVER REALLY STOP SEARCHING FOR IDEAS THAT COULD EVENTUALLY TURN INTO SONGS. I HAVE HUNDREDS OF VOICE MEMO RECORDINGS ON MY PHONE.” SOME OF THEM ARE “NONSENSE”, HE CHEERFULLY ADMITS, BUT OTHERS WILL BECOME PART OF MAXWELL’S SINGULAR CATALOGUE. KEEP THE FAITH WITH HIM AND YOU’LL BE AMPLY REWARDED.

“MAYBE I WRITE THIS WAY BECAUSE OF WHERE I GREW UP,” SAYS BRADLEY ARTHUR MAXWELL, PROUD SON OF NEWFOUNDLAND, THE RUGGEDEST OF CANADA’S ATLANTIC PROVINCES.

“THE LONG, HARSH WINTERS, THE COLD WINDS, THE MOUNTAINS, THE COASTLINE, THE FEROCIOUS NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN AND UNINHABITED LANDSCAPES – IT WAS MY BREEDING GROUND FOR CREATIVITY.” GRANDEUR AND ISOLATION ON THAT SCALE DO THINGS TO A MUSICIAN’S HEAD. EVEN NOW, RECENTLY RELOCATED TO VENICE BEACH NEAR LOS ANGELES, MAXWELL STILL FEELS “THE SWAY OF THE ELEMENTS” GUIDING HIM WHEN HE SITS DOWN TO WRITE. THE RESULT IS HAUNTING MINIMALISM THAT OCCUPIES THE SPOT WHERE ETHEREAL PSYCHEDELIA MEETS AMERICANA. HIS VOCALS ARE UNHURRIED, AS IF HE’S AMBLING ALONG A HIGH-LONESOME FOOTPATH, BREATHING THE AIR. YOU KNOW THAT LOST-IN-A-MOMENT SENSATION THAT SOME MUSIC EVOKES? MAXWELL’S SONGS DO THAT.

YOU MIGHT HAVE ALREADY HEARD HIS MUSIC: HALF A DOZEN MAXWELL TRACKS HAVE BEEN USED AS SYNCS ON REALITY AND DOCUMENTARY-BASED NETWORKS LIKE MTV AND LIFETIME UNDER A PREVIOUS MONIKER. REGARDLESS, IT’S AN INTERESTING JUXTAPOSITION – HIS PROFOUNDLY HONEST SONGS ALONGSIDE PROGRAMMING DEVOTED TO A FICTIONALIZED VERSION OF LIFE. MAXWELL’S UNIQUE SOUND BRINGS SUBSTANCE AND TRUTH TO THE INSUBSTANTIAL AND SCRIPTED. SO, WHERE TO START WITH HIS MUSIC? THE SINGLE “ALONE” IS A STUNNING ENTRY POINT INTO MAXWELL’S WORLD. IT’S A SLOW-MOTION MEDITATION ON LONELINESS – WHETHER IT’S THE LONELINESS OF MISSING A LOST LOVED ONE OR THE SELF-IMPOSED ISOLATION OF OUR DIGITAL AGE. HE’S MADE A TUNE THAT EVOKES DARKENED URBAN ROOMS AND WINDSWEPT PRAIRIES – BOTH IN THE SAME SONG. THE ACOUSTIC ARRANGEMENT, GARNISHED WITH DISTANT WHISTLING, COULD HAVE COME FROM A SERGIO LEONE FILM SOUNDTRACK.


OR, FOR A COMPLETE CONTRAST, THERE’S HIS DEBUT SINGLE, “EASY ON ME”. SUBTLY CONSTRUCTED OF REVERB, MINOR CHORDS AND GUITAR, IT’S A PRIMER TO THE MAXWELL SOUND – BOTH MONOCHROMATICALLY BEAUTIFUL AND AN IDEAL PIECE OF MUSIC TO TRANCE OUT TO. ITS VIDEO, IN FACT, CAPTURES HIM IN FULL TRANCE MODE. DRESSED IN BRIGHT RED SHORT SHORTS, SPORTING SOCKS AND SANDALS. A BASEBALL CAP AND HEADPHONES IN HOMAGE TO VENICE’S BOHEMIAN BEACH PEOPLE, HE’S DANCING ON THE SAND AS THE PACIFIC BREAKERS CRASH ONTO THE SHORE. AT THE END, HAVING WORKED HIMSELF INTO BLISSED-OUT EXHAUSTION, HE FLOPS ONTO THE GROUND, SPENT. “I’M A VERY SHY PERSON, SO BEING IN THAT VIDEO WAS A PUSH FOR ME, BUT I SOMEHOW FOUND MY GROOVE,” HE LAUGHS. IT WAS SHOT IN ONE TAKE ON AN OLD CAMERA, TESTIFYING TO THE BESPOKE NATURE OF THE MAXWELL PROCESS. THE FIVE-MINUTE VISUAL IS HYPNOTIC, PAIRING THE SONG’S MELANCHOLY NARRATIVE WITH A FREEFORM CHARACTER GETTING HIS FREAK ON. “THROUGH THAT WEIRD, SPONTANEOUS INTERPRETIVE DANCE, THE NOTION OF LETTING GO AND EMBRACING THE UNKNOWN IS BROUGHT TO LIFE,” HE SAYS. “IT’S INTENDED TO INSPIRE THE THOUGHT, ‘DO AS THIS GUY DOES. TAKE A SAD SONG AND MAKE IT HAPPY. LET GO AND DANCE.’”


MAXWELL WROTE “EASY ON ME” AS A REACTION TO HIS 2018 MOVE TO CALIFORNIA, BUT THAT’S ALL HE’LL REVEAL IN TERMS OF “MEANING”. AS WITH ALL HIS SONGS, HE’D RATHER LET LISTENERS COME UP WITH THEIR OWN INTERPRETATION. IT TOUCHES ON HIS ANXIETY AT LEAVING HOME – AND ALTHOUGH HE LOVES LA’S UNLIMITED CREATIVITY, IT’S NOT HOME. NOT YET. BUT HE’S GETTING USED TO IT. SOME DAYS, HE DRIVES NORTH UP THE COAST JUST TO SEE THE SCENERY CHANGE; OTHER DAYS, HE GOES DOWN TO THE BEACH, WATCHING THE HYPNOTIC MOTION OF THE WAVES.

THE LANDSCAPE MIGHT BE PALMS AND THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS THESE DAYS, BUT MAXWELL IS STILL A GUY FROM CORNER BROOK, A FISHING AND PAPER MILL COMMUNITY ON THE WEST COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND, AND HIS MUSIC IS STILL REDOLENT OF THE PLACE. PERVERSELY, HIS MUSICAL HEROES COME FROM MUCH FURTHER AFIELD. INSPIRATIONS RANGE FROM TOM PETTY AND NICK CAVE TO RADIOHEAD AND BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB – A DIVERSE BUNCH WITH A COMMON THREAD: EACH MAKES MUSIC FROM A LONER VIEWPOINT. HE RELATES TO THAT. “IF I STAYED TRUE TO MY INSTINCTS, I’D STICK TO DARK CORNERS IN ROOMS RATHER THAN SPOTLIGHTS ON STAGES,” HE TOLD ATWOOD MAGAZINE RECENTLY. PERHAPS SURPRISINGLY, THOUGH, IT WAS HIS TEENAGE IDOLS, METALLICA WHO COMPELLED HIM TO LEARN GUITAR AND START WRITING SONGS.

WRITING BECAME “SOMEWHERE TO PUT MY ENERGY INSTEAD OF BEING SELF-DESTRUCTIVE”. HE’D HAD A ROUGH ADOLESCENCE, HAVING BEEN DEEPLY AFFECTED BY THE PASSING OF HIS FATHER, GRANDFATHER AND GREAT-GRANDFATHER WITHIN THREE YEARS. “I GOT TO KNOW DEATH INTIMATELY,” AS HE PUTS IT. BUT BEING AROUND DEATH HAD BEEN THE NORM IN HIS FAMILY ANYWAY; HIS PARENTS RAN A FUNERAL HOME, AND HE WORKED THERE DURING SCHOOL VACATIONS. “IT WAS NORMAL TO ME – WASHING HEARSES, BEING AROUND THE CASKET; I’D SEE THE BIG SILVER DOOR TO THE EMBALMING ROOM AND SNEAK IN THERE AND SEE ALL THE INSTRUMENTS AND BE EQUALLY PERTURBED AND FASCINATED.”

AFTER TWO UNREWARDING SEMESTERS STUDYING ECONOMICS AT UNIVERSITY, HE MOVED TO ST JOHN’S, THEN TORONTO. HE FORMED A BAND WITH OTHER NEWFOUNDLANDERS AND – IN A CITY WHERE EVERY OTHER PERSON IS IN A BAND – THEIR ATMOSPHERIC MUSIC GOT NOTICED. DESPITE GREAT REVIEWS AND ENTHUSIASTIC COMPARISONS TO SIGUR ROS, HOWEVER, THEY SOON DISINTEGRATED, AT WHICH POINT MAXWELL REALIZED HE COULDN’T RELY ON ANYONE ELSE TO HELP HIM ACHIEVE HIS ASPIRATIONS. FROM THAT POINT, HE’S MADE EVERY DECISION HIMSELF. WHILE HE STILL WORKS WITH OTHER MUSICIANS, MOST RECENTLY PRODUCER DANIEL LEDWELL, HIS RECORDS ARE RELEASED UNDER HIS OWN NAME (HE ALSO SOMETIMES GOES BY HIS INITIALS, JUST BECAUSE THEY CREATE THE ACRONYM BAM).

AFTER GOING SOLO IN TORONTO, HE GOT SIGNED, RELEASED TWO RECORDS UNDER THAT OTHER NAME THAT REMAINS A MYSTERY AND RACKED UP HALF A MILLION STREAMS. REVIEWS OF HIS EMOTIONALLY RAW PSYCH-FOLK WERE UNIFORMLY POSITIVE, AND THE SUCCESS OF HIS SYNCS WAS “REALLY AFFIRMING” – BUT THAT ERA IS HIS PAST. HAVING STARTED A NEW LIFE IN CALIFORNIA, HE’S CLOSED THE DOOR ON WHAT WENT BEFORE AND RE-EMERGED A NEW ARTIST – “ONE OF 2019’S MOST EXCITING NEW VOICES,” AS THE 405 PUTS IT. SOME THINGS HAVEN’T CHANGED, THOUGH. WHEN HE CREATES, HIS PRIMARY INTENTION IS STILL TO “PROVOKE THOUGHT AND EMOTION, TO PLAY AROUND, MAYBE PUT SOME PIECES TOGETHER THAT DON’T QUITE FIT.”

“I’M A VERY SENSITIVE PERSON,” MAXWELL ADDS, POSSIBLY UNNECESSARILY. “I’M VERY RECEPTIVE TO HOW OTHER PEOPLE FEEL. I STRIVE TO CONNECT, TO SEEK TRUTHS IN MYSELF AND SHARE THOSE. I’M NEVER AFRAID OF BEING VULNERABLE.” FROM THE RECORDINGS DONE WITH LEDWELL, HE’LL ALSO BE RELEASING THE VERY SPECIAL “NO WONDER WHY” AS A SINGLE. A COLLABORATION WITH NEWFOUNDLAND FOLK THREE-PIECE THE ONCE, IT’S REMARKABLE: THE TRIO’S SPECTRAL HARMONIES, BARELY PALPABLE AT TIMES, TAKE THE SONG TO A DIFFERENT PLANE – FITTING, GIVEN MAXWELL’S BELIEF THAT SONGS CAN BE PASSAGEWAYS TO OTHER WORLDS.

“NO WONDER WHY IS A LOVE LETTER TO WHATEVER IS IT THAT YOU LOVE – WHETHER THAT’S A PLACE, A PERSON, OR A PASSION,” MAXWELL SEMI-EXPLAINS. “SOMETIMES, WHEN I WRITE, I FEEL LIKE LOVED ONES WHO HAVE PASSED ARE RIGHT THERE WITH ME. A NEW CREATIVE PORTAL OPENS. CERTAIN PHRASES COME TO ME AND I’VE FOUND MYSELF THINKING, ‘IS THAT DAD SAYING SOMETHING HE DIDN’T GET TO SAY?’ ULTIMATELY, WHEN I WRITE, I FEEL LIKE I'M CONNECTING TO A VERY SPIRITUAL PLACE.”

HE’LL BE PLAYING ONE-OFF DATES IN AMERICA AND CANADA THROUGHOUT THE FALL. WATCH HIS WEBSITE AND SOCIALS FOR DETAILS. “I'M COMPELLED TO PURSUE THIS,” HE CONCLUDES. “I NEVER REALLY STOP SEARCHING FOR IDEAS THAT COULD EVENTUALLY TURN INTO SONGS. I HAVE HUNDREDS OF VOICE MEMO RECORDINGS ON MY PHONE.” SOME OF THEM ARE “NONSENSE”, HE CHEERFULLY ADMITS, BUT OTHERS WILL BECOME PART OF MAXWELL’S SINGULAR CATALOGUE. KEEP THE FAITH WITH HIM AND YOU’LL BE AMPLY REWARDED.

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