Orchestral folk music from the Pacific Northwest.
"Together Beth and Darren create something very powerful. Beautiful at times, and heartbreaking at times –their voices and instruments meet and give birth to some of the most delicate and elegant sounds I have heard in a long time." - All What's Rock
What others are saying:
"March to May is one of those bands dialing into an emerging, dream-folk sound. [...] Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche's sylvan vocals carry their lyrics exploring aspects of time and love." Honored to be spinning across the nation on Public Radio International's Echoes!
"The video’s austere setting mimics the beauty of the song to create a visually stunning watch." Thanks to Surviving the Golden Age for premiering our video for "Fifty Years."
"With the recently-released Through the Night, they have a created an album that is a perfect encapsulation of the Pacific Northwest at its most pensive, haunting, and sublime." Thanks to Glide Magazine for the love!
Harp Column just ran a Q&A about Through the Night talking about Beth's instrument and inspiration.
Seattleite's Culture Dose shone a spotlight on our April 20 album release show at the Triple Door!
Check out Seattle Magazine's premiere of "She", and read our Q&A about what inspired the song!
"The storytelling is dark and their vocal harmonies are rich. What more could you ask for?" Check out the premiere of "Madeleine," our first track off of the new album, on Surviving the Golden Age!
Meet the band: discover who we are, where we come from, what we care about, and what we're up to.
See us live: keep up with where we're playing next and find out when we'll be coming to a venue near you.
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Hear the music: listen to our songs, get sneak peaks of our new album, and watch our critically-acclaimed music videos.