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With The Maine Announcing A Covers Album Here Are Some Of Our Favourite Covers

The Maine have announced another covers album! Check out the details here and also a short list of our other favourite covers from some of our favourite bands!

Source: Official Album Cover

Source: Album Artwork

Arizona rockers, The Maine, have announced that they will be releasing a new album featuring only covers!

The new record is being released as a counterpart to last years EP, Covers (Side A), and will be called Covers (Side B).. duh...

Covers (Side B) is due to be released on June 24 via 8123 and will include a cover of 'Love Yourself' by Justin Bieber, which is to be released on 21st April.

Frontman John O'Callaghan said "To beliebe or not to believe is not the question here because no one can deny the quality of Sir Justin's tune", which we might have to, very quietly, admit is true. He goes on to say "We haven't fully converted to the church of Bieber just yet, but we decided to try out hand at covering his religious hymn". 

The Maine are always up for a laugh and never seem to disappoint. It's got us thinking though. What are our favourite covers from bands over the years?

We'll start off below with The Maine covering New Radicals from Covers (Side A), which really is a great version of a great song.

Check out our other favourite covers. Trust us... you won't regret it! 

‘Since U Been Gone’– A Day To Remember

We don’t think there is anyone that can’t deny that A Day To Remember might have pulled off one of the best rock covers of all time with this one. It was already a catchy song but pop/rock to metalcore styles of A Day To Remember really give the song that extra edge.

They’ve really made it their own. It’s just so good.

Oh and… yeah… It’s better than the original. End of.

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