John O’Callaghan is releasing another book

Written by Georgia Moloney on 6th June, 2018
John O’Callaghan is releasing another book

The Maine‘s John O’Callaghan is known online for his whacky Instagram captions and mysterious, insightful and sometimes nonsensical tweets.

And now, our favourite philosophical frontman is back at it again, releasing another book under his alias, John The Ghost. This time though, it’s a collation of 365 of his best tweets in a “thicc” book. O’Callaghan previously released a book of poetry under the same alias, titled Sincerely, John The Ghost.

a t h o u g h t · a d a y | For the last 8 or so years I have committed (more or less) to “tweeting” once a day, however long and mysterious or short and sarcastic it may be. I don’t claim to possess the secret of life or the trick to being happy or the migratory patterns of the robin, I just have a brain and some thoughts, two thumbs and a twitter so I decided to just kinda stick with it. In this book, I’ve compiled 365 of my favorite tweets to date (that’s a full year for those of you who believe in that sort of thing) for you to chew on. So, chew on, and I guess I will have to keep tweeting until I die. only doing a limited run of these thicc things and this is the last week to pre-order to score some hot items exclusive to the 8123 store. Sincerely, Your Favorite 12 Characters, thefifthjohn LINK IN BIO BB. #8123 #johntheghost #athoughtaday #warmmilk pc : @_lupe

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The Maine are the best band in the world.

The quintet are inarguably the most wholesome band in the music scene right now. They show endless dedication to their fans, and continually release incredible albums.

Having only just finished the cycle for Lovely Little Lonely, the band have just announced a new album, titled ‘Less Noise: A collection of songs from a band called The Maine‘.

You can pre-order this nifty insight into his brain here.

And you can listen to the first song from this new record below:

Header images by Guadalupe Bustos.

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