AJR Releases New Album “The Maybe Man”
American alt-pop trio AJR, consisting of Adam Met (bass), Jack Met (vocals) and Ryan Met (keyboards), released their fifth studio album “The Maybe Man” on November 10, 2023.
Initially, the album was supposed to be released on November 3, but was delayed one week.
The album is their first body of work in two years since the 2021 album “OK Orchestra”. It is the first album under their new label Mercury Records.
Also, it is their first album after the death of their father Gary Metzger.
They dedicated the 11th track “God Is Really Real” on the album to their late father.
While the song was originally set to be dropped along with the album, it was released much earlier than originally scheduled on July 5th, in order to commemorate the life of their terminally-ill father Gary Metzger. He passed away later that day.
The album comprises 12-track, all tracks were written by Adam Met, Jack Met, and Ryan Met. Produced by Ryan Met.
AJR shared on social media, “Our new album The Maybe Man is now yours. Welcome to this strange, sad, confusing, beautiful world. We put absolutely everything we had into this album, visuals, and tour. Down to every little detail. As we wrote the TMM album this past year, the emotions we went through ended up finding their way into the music, hopefully it will shine more of a light into what we went through.”
AJR embarks on The Maybe Man Tour in support of the album in 2024. The tour kicks off at Acope Arena in Norfolk, VA on April 2, 2024 and will conclude at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC on August 2, 2024.
Learn more about tour dates, here.
- source : Apple Music