Dutch four piece MARCH released their debut full length June 2016 and hit the ground running. The band played shows all over the country and could be seen live almost every weekend.
2017 started off with a change in the line-up, introducing Kelly Kockelkoren on guitar and Jeroen Meeus on bass. Not slowing down, the band got in shape with the new members and quickly started playing shows again. Live footage of that has been used to create the video for their song “Such A Drag” which is out now.
2017 looks promising for the quartet; the band has been selected for the dutch Popronde – the well known Dutch festival for upcoming bands who plays different cities every weekend from September to November.
A UK tour has been planned for early June, hitting London, Blackburn, Bicester and Hastings.
27-05 – Eindhoven (NL) – Altstad
01-06 – London (UK) – The New Cross Inn
02-06 – Blackburn (UK) – The Sir Charles Napier
03-06 – Bicester (UK) – The Bell Bicester
04-06 – Hastings (UK) – Flairz
08-06 – Merksem (BE) – JC Boukenborgh
09-06 – Breda (NL) – Mezz
30-06 – Tilburg (NL) – Little Devil
01-07 – Berkel & Rodenrijs (NL) – Rotonde
01-07 – Rossum (NL) – Rosrock Festival (NL)
21-07 – Hormersdorf (DE) – KNRD Fest
March’s album “Stay Put” is White Russian Records’s album of the moment.
Vocalist Remco Tuns of Note to Amy wrote an article explaining you why it’s the a must have for every punkrock fan. Check it out here.