The Mavericks haven’t released a new studio album in nearly a decade, but that’s about to change on September 25th with the release of their 7th CD, ‘In Time’. Nine years after the Miami-based band split up to work on solo projects, original members Raul Malo, Robert Reynolds and Paul Deakin have returned to the band – and the sound – that earned them a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal back in 1995.

It’s been 23 years since the Mavericks put the band together, and they have stayed true to their rock-influenced country sound. Malo continues to be the main songwriting force for the band, and also steps in as producer for ‘In Time’. This will also be the Mavericks’ first full project with their new record label, Valory Music, a subsidiary of Big Machine Records. Valory is also home to Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore and others.

“The idea that we came together and made this record is a testament to faith, fate, and chance.” Says Malo, by way of press release from Big Machine Records. “All three were essential in the making of ‘In Time’. In turn, this is the record we are most proud of".

Back in the day, the Mavericks proclaimed themselves “the most interesting band in the world”.

The Mavericks’ first release from the new album is ‘Born to Be Blue’. Check out the video:

Here’s a look at The Mavericks’ ‘In Time’ track listing:

1. ‘Back in Your Arms Again’
2. ‘Lies’
3. ‘Born to Be Blue’
4. ‘Come Unto Me’
5. ‘In Another’s Arms’
6. ‘Fall Apart’
7. ‘That’s Not My Name’
8. ‘Amsterdam Moon’
9. ‘As Long as There’s Loving Tonight’
10. ‘Call Me When You Get to Heaven’