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Lead single "Maybe" was more in line with the anthemic pop songs of the band's early days, but his remaining songs on the album were often odd and dissonant compared to his previous work. The band recorded music videos for "Maybe" (a parody of the Burt Reynolds film Deliverance) and "Fifth Fret" (which was a parody of the Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho).
"Friendly Time" abandoned coded attacks on Ronald Reagan for coded attacks on rock critics such as Robert Christgau and J. The band was invited to perform for a second time on Late Night with Conan O'Brien where they performed "Maybe".
Their tour for the album was cut short in early 1997 when Mac Millan became extremely ill prior to a show.
He had been experiencing stomach pains for over a year, but believed it was due to his poor diet while on the road.
A re-recorded version of “Darker Days” provided the title track to the band’s debut album, which was produced by fellow North Carolinian Don Dixon.
The band is best known for their song "'74–'75", which became a Top 20 hit in the UK and made them quite popular in Europe at the time.
The Connells are an American band from Raleigh, North Carolina.
They play a guitar-oriented, melodic, jangle pop style of rock music with introspective lyrics that reflect the American South.
After the release of the Darker Days album, the band re-recorded a more aggressive take of “Hats Off” for a 12” single, which was the second Connells release on Black Park, and the last until 2000.
During this period, videos for the songs “Seven” and “Hats Off” were aired on MTV’s 120 Minutes program.