Just two months after MAX released his EP, Miss Anonymous, the singer is back with some eccentric, electric and pretty addictive music.
The singer is dropping his new EP, Wrong, on December 18, but we're streaming it right now, exclusively on MTV News.
The EP has four songs, including a pretty fantastic psychedelic remix of his hit song "Gibberish," which was provided by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump, and features a rap hook by Travie McCoy.
The Patrick collaboration shouldn't come as too much of a surprise since MAX is signed to DCD2 Records, which is owned by FOB's Pete Wentz, and MAX hit the road with the guys over the summer on their Boys of Zummer Tour.
Rounding out the EP is the heavy beat stomper "Wrong," featuring Philadelphia rapper Lil’ Uzi Vert, the haunting uptempo "Flight 609" about an addictive type of love and the sweet slow ballad, "That Kind Of Love."
Take a listen to the EP, which is available for pre-order.