From their first encounter around a roaring bonfire on a wintry night on the Washington coast to headlining sold-out shows at Seattle’s most prominent venues, March to May creates an ethereal and mesmerizing sound that is at once familiar and foreign. They integrate folk, pop, and indie rock influences into a sound rich in color and texture, layering haunting melodies, evocative lyrics and breathtaking harmonies over folk harp, acoustic guitar and piano. Their live performances are captivating and intimate, drawing listeners into their own deeply human emotions and experiences. They’ve toured throughout the U.S. and twice in Europe, drawing comparisons to acts like Damien Rice, the Swell Season, and Florence & the Machine. In 2016, they were awarded one of twelve showcase spots at the 2016 FAR-West Folk Alliance conference. Their album Through the Night has been on rotation on radio stations across the United States, including PRI / NPR’s Echoes program. They are currently in the studio recording their third album, with an expected release date of summer 2020.

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