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March is an artist from the U.K. based in London. With folk, indie and experimental influences, she blends together these moods creating a unique atmospheric pool of smooth layered vocals, interweaving guitar melodies and unexpected yet catchy hooks.    

In 2019 she released debut EP ‘Wear Me Down’ securing a slot at Glastonbury festival and gaining attention from BBC Introducing Solent, The South and Radio 6 ‘Fresh On The Net’ blog. She also successfully crowdfunded to begin recording her debut album, set for release in Autumn 2020. Recent achievements include being chosen as one of Help Musicians UK’s supported artists, receiving a ‘Do It Differently’ grant as a contribution towards her album creation. March has recently supported artists such as Rae Morris, Rozi Plain, Band of Skulls, Maz O’Connor, Fiona Bevan and Meadowlark.  

“Tender and vibrant songs, with dreamlike edge. Hauntingly beautiful” – Chris Riddell (illustrator and writer)   

“Stunning, ethereal sounds crafted around thought provoking lyrics. March is a gifted song writer and has a voice you will want to listen to again and again.” – Stephanie Newenhouse (BBC Introducing Solent)   

“Around the autobiographical grit of life she builds melodic pearls.  Her silvery vocals twist their way into your subconscious so that you find her words and tunes continue to haunt you.” – Stuart Ffoulkes (Gig-goer)   

“Her ear for an irresistible pop hook allows her to build something joyful, hopeful and undeniably catchy. It’s a sign of a great songwriter when we find ourselves clicking play for the fifth time in a row.” – Folkroom Records