The Mavericks are back. The country-steeped garage band with a Cuban American lead singer, emerged from Miami with their sultry debut that was equal parts innocence, intensity and vintage influences. But time has a way of melting when you’re busy living life – and two decades have passed since their polyrhythmic brand of post-modern country has given the world All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down, Here Comes The Rain and Dance The Night Away.
With their new album, time melts once again and the band that defied definitions, blurred genres and made everybody feel good, is back. The "most interesting band in the world" has captured the infectious energy and robust sound from their LIVE shows on their first release on The Valory Music Co., IN TIME. Whether it’s the Buck Owens-influenced Dance In The Moonlight, the panoramic Orbison-esque Born To Be Blue, the horn-punctuated retro noir Back In Your Arms Again or Tejano-esque All Over Again, the Mavericks have once again found the way to make soul music and sole music.
“It took life for us to get to this point – Everybody was so free. From the first notes, it sounded like an explosion of sound; We went where the songs took us with a singularity of purpose. We came in to make music as grown-ups, to make music as men.”
- Raul Malo, lead singer of The Mavericks