Since 2006 Maybeshewill have released four full length albums of towering, cinematic instrumental music. After a decade long career that saw them tour across four continents they bowed out in 2016 with a sold out show at London’s Koko.

Having reformed briefly at the request of The Cure’s Robert Smith for a show at his Meltdown Festival in 2018, 2021 sees them return to the studio to work on their first new material since 2014’s Fair Youth.

“It’s a rush, the sound of a band throwing everything at scaling peaks of their own making. Fair Youth continues an established pattern as Maybeshewill attempt to burn bright at every turn.” – Drowned in Sound

“With ‘Fair Youth’, Maybeshewill have never sounded better… ‘Fair Youth’ is the perfect example of how to get post-rock instrumental music right.” – DIY

Not only is their wellspring of underlying grandeur being tapped, it’s also clear that there’s even greater things to come” Kerrang

“Maybeshewill have pulled out all the stops for their third album: It’s quite simply a widescreen body of work” – Artrocker

“The most ball-bustingly intense and breathtakingly beautiful thing they’ve done. Pretty damn special” – RockSound

“Noisy brilliance that gets right inside the battered crevices of your skull and pounds on the sides” NME

“There’s both a haunting beauty and a fun likeability about the band” – Big Cheese