August 1, 2007

About 4 years ago, Maritime was considered a bit of an “indie super group”, being, as it was, formed out of members of The Promise Ring and The Dismemberment Plan. In 2004, they released their debut album, Glass Floor, which was a nice bit of indie-pop. In 2006, they released their follow-up, We, The Vehicles, which continued down the guitar-pop path.

But the band never quite made the splash that you would expect of a band with a pedigree like theirs. That just might change with the release of their third album, Heresy and the Hotel Choir, which should appeal to the likes of Death Cab for Cutie fans…

Maritime – Guns of Navarone
Maritime – Science Fiction
Maritime – Parade of Punk Rock T-Shirts



  1. I love when bands send out advanced material. For me it makes me anticipate their new records all the more.

  2. i forgot about these guys. looks like they laid down more solid hoooks this time

  3. the 2006 album was actually called we, the vehicles.

  4. Sorry, I was thinking a sentence ahead… about their pedigree. Change made.

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