The Maine Jump To Warner Brothers

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Tempe pop-rockers The Maine have jumped from Fearless Records (a pretty decent label in it's own right) to Warner, one of The Big Four, reports Absolute Punk and elbo.ws.

The band already had pretty legit distribution, but they're now making an even bigger push, re-releasing their 2008 debut, Cant' Stop, Won't Stop in a bonus package that includes some new songs (including a cover of Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me") and a "documentary" (read: infomercial) about the band.

As we mentioned here, your next chance to see them in town is at Warped Tour Tuesday. You can also check out our February feature on them here.

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