There’s a new record on the horizon for The Mavericks.
The eclectic Tex-Mex-influenced band will release Brand New Day via their own label, Mono Mundo Recording, on March 31.
Brand New Day will be The Mavericks’ ninth studio album, and the band’s first forgoing the major label system. Releasing the album under their own Mono Mundo Recordings label allowed the band more freedom to operate than ever. The record was recorded in halves – one half in Los Angeles at Capitol Records, and the other in Nashville – which likely lent itself to the album’s unique sound.
The album features 10 tracks that the band recorded at their own leisure, taking time to really build the songs. Rather than conform to making radio-ready singles, the band zeroed in on their latin influences.
In a world where things have become increasingly divisive, its safe to say The Mavericks are sure to bring a little light with Brand New Day.
The Mavericks have a busy touring schedule set for 2017. Their trek includes stops at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and the House of Blues in Houston, Texas. You can find a full list of upcoming tour dates here.