4,000+ miles, 8 shows, 6 states, great friends and memories to last a lifetime. To say that I’m sad to see this tour go is an understatement. I’ve had so much fun these past two weeks and I’m going to miss this tour and everyone so much. @themaineband has made me feel like family on every step of this journey and my love for them continues to reach insane levels. I’m already excited for the next run!
When I’m with you, I’m at home. I miss this already, I’m glad I get to start up again tomorrow. (at Union Transfer)
Five years ago today, I saw @themaineband for the very first time. Back then, I never would have thought I would have fallen as in love with this band as I have. Over the past five years I’ve traveled across the country for this band, followed them into a hurricane, tattooed my body with their lyrics and logo and sat on lines for insane amounts of hours. But I’ve walked away with so many amazing memories and newfound relationships. Relationships with not just people met on the road, but with the band themselves. They are one of the very few bands that have made me feel like I was not only some fan at a show but a real friend. I have so much love and respect for the guys of The Maine and I cannot wait to see what the next five years have in store.
I Wanna Love You- Live at Trackside in Wilton, CT.
This was so amazing.
I took polaroids of All Time Low and told them to write whatever they wanted on the bottom and this is what I got
I know I say this pretty often, but this band means the world to me and I love them dearly. So glad to have them in my life. From NYC, NJ and Washington, D.C., respectively. @themaineband #themainesetlist
Jumper- Third Eye Blind feat. All Time Low
Just going through some of my old videos and came across this one. Such a fucking rad moment.
I think this is my favorite picture from the NYC show. Not bad for an iPhone photo from the back. Can’t wait for Baltimore tonight.