The Mavericks' distinct sound, which has taken Country to places the genre has never been, is again evident throughout the new 14-track album which includes a bonus version of "Come Unto Me" in Spanish ("Ven Hacia Mi"). "In Time" was produced by lead singer Raul Malo and Niko Bolas (Neil Young, Warren Zevon). With their new album, time melts once again and the band that defied definitions, blurred genres, and made everybody feel good, is back. Whether it's the Buck Owens-influenced "Dance In The Moonlight," the panoramic Orbison-esque "Born To Be Blue," the horn-punctuated retro noir "Back In Your Arms Again" or the Tejano-esque "All Over Again," the Mavericks have once again found the way to make genre-defying soul music. For Malo, the lead singer with the rich supple voice that's second to only Roy Orbison in its ability to convey lonesomeness, desire and vivre; drummer Paul Deakin and multi-instrumentalist Robert Reynolds; as well as longtime collaborator keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden and seasoned guitarist Eddie Perez, life has become richer in terms of experience, playing acumen and a sense of their own musicality. It has also deepened the connection between them in a way that heightens the singular chemistry that made the award-winning band one of the most exciting live acts in any musical genre. The band's high-energy concert style was most recently witnessed at the 2012 Americana Music Awards where they received a standing ovation after performing "Come Unto Me," - a passion-fueled, seductive tune included on "In Time". The awards show was broadcast on a special Austin City Limits Presents: Americana Music Festival 2012.