The Maine are continuously conjuring up cool experiences for their fans. Case in point: to chronicle the creation of their forthcoming new album—a follow-up to 2015's American Candy—the Maine have launched Miserable Youth, a new web series exclusively on YouTube.

Have a watch of the first episode below, and be sure to leave us your thoughts in the comments.

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Produced by Tim Kirch, Miserable Youth is coined as life through the lens with the Maine. In this first episode, fans are taken through the journey to their recording home in Northern California—from frontman John O'Callaghan's house (where there are some damn cute dogs) to picking up the rest of the band and producer Colby Wedgeworth to the (tentative, of course) name of the sixth album: Horny For Music.

The Maine are also gearing up for their tenth anniversary festival extravaganza, featuring the likes of the Summer Set and Beach Weather. Check out the details here.

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