Sometime at the turn of the century a small gang of boys grouped together in the noble pursuit of transcending suburban boredom through the
traditional performance of punk rock songs. 3 of these young products of white America never moved on from this adolescent rebellion phase,
and 9 years later The Max Levine Ensemble continues to rock basements, bombed out buildings and other holes in the fabric of the status quo,
with lofty aspirations of creating moments of pop catharsis for angsty teenagers and maybe shaking punk rock from the mediocrity of its
ritualistic lulls. Which is to say, here's another punk rock band. You've definitely seen this before.